Which statement is true of a government where there is no separation of powers? Judges decide the legality of laws passed by the legislature. The people’s rights are guaranteed. One person rules and has absolute power. The legislature is divided into different branches.

Tara Andrews

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Ramon Kelly on October 16, 2018

This is the power of the executive to prevent a bill from passing. ... In this type of government, there is a clear separation of powers between the legislative ... This is a statement of a political party's beliefs and position on many if not most of the problems. ... This term refers to the process of removing the right to vote of the people ...

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