Doctrine of Separation of Power

Separation of powers: As the concept of Separation of Powers explained by Wade and Philips, it means three different things.

  • Each organ should have different persons in capacity, i.e., a person with a function in one organ should not be a part of another organ.
  • One organ should not interfere in the functioning of the other organs.
  • One organ should not exercise a function of another organ (they should stick to their mandate only).