Critically Analyse the Effectiveness of Doctrine of Separation of Powers with Latest Development in Malaysia.

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Question 1
Critically analyse the effectiveness of doctrine of separation of powers with latest development in Malaysia.

Introduction
The doctrine of the separation of powers is defined as the constitutional principle that limits powers vested in any person or institution. In the doctrine of the separation of powers, it has been divided into three branches, which is a legislative, executive, and judicial power of a government. First of all, the legislative is talking about the making of laws; it also consists of the Parliament and the senate. Next, the executive is to place the law into operation, which is it is a branch that execute the business of the government, such as the President, Vice-Presidents, Prime Minister, the Cabinet,
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Followed by the case of Dato Seri Anuar Ibrahim v Public Prosecutor, showed that no defiance can be make to be continue operation of ordinances made under Article 150 even it might be argue such provision would amount to closing the doors of the court. Therefore, it is harsh and unfair. Then, he recommended that it must be solved to legislature not the courts that disagreed with provision.

The example of the separation of powers with latest development in Malaysia
Title: Can the separation of power in Malaysia become reality? In September 20, 2011, the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced that the pending political reform is wanted to supplement the economic. The prime minister’s boldness in formulating this reform had been applauded by all quarters, not included the Perkasa who have been stirring for the harsher use of punitive laws contrary to groups combated to their notion of Malay rights and who is anti to any liberalisation of the status quo. However, critics and cynics have problem whether the reforms are being assured by the government to obtain the popularity of this civil liberty issue in the general election soon. Next, concern has been represented on whether the latest laws to prevent terrorism may be misapplied by the authorities, and has the similar effect of stifling legitimate dissent. Then, the propose decision to cancel annual licensing for the print media under the printing presses
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