The relationship between the legislature and the executive branch In the presidential system


ABSTRACT :The democratic system of governance is characterized by its principle of separation of powers, but the application of this principle differs in some way to each of the types of democratic systems known in the parliamentary system, we find that the application of the principle of separation of powers based on flexible separation of employment and the existence of mutual cooperation and control Between the legislative and executive branches. In the democratic systems that take the presidential system as a form of government, we find that there is an absolute and rigid separation between the legislative and executive .