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Question

Which constitutional principle decides the federal government into 3 branches

1 Answer

  • Answer:

    The correct answer is; the separation of powers.

    Explanation:

    The separation of powers is the principle that divides the power into the executive, legislative and juidicial branches.

    Federalism is the separation of powers between the local and the central government and limited government means that the government does not have absolute power.

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