1 For more details on the theory of ‘separation of powers’, see, C. F. Strong, Modern Political Constitutions, 8th edition (London: ELBS and Sidgwick and Jackson Ltd., 1973), pp. 210–12.
2 C. B. Macpherson, Life and Times of Liberal Democracy (Oxford: OUP, 1977); David Held, Models of Democracy (Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 1987); Andrew Vincent, Theories of the State (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1987); Nelson, Western Political Thought; Heywood, Political Theory: An Introduction.
3 Westminster is the area in which the British Parliament is located, and the British parliamentary experience is referred to as the Westminster model.
4 Generally, the Executive appoints the Judiciary for a fixed tenure. However, once appointed, removal of ...