Indicator: 1.10 Relations with other branches of government
This indicator concerns the constitutional separation of powers between parliament, as the legislative branch, and other branches of government, namely the executive, the judiciary and subnational levels of government. It also covers mechanisms for communication or coordination between parliament and other branches with regard to parliament’s jurisdictional powers, such as legislative oversight of the executive, judicial appointments, and coordination and information-sharing with subnational levels of government.
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