Check and balance on rule of Law

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[dropcap color=”#81d742″ font=”0″]T[/dropcap]here is an old saying, ‘For evil to triumph it is only necessary that good people do nothing.’ Those who have abhorrence of misconducts are cautious about evil deeds or thoughts. They also hope the privilege of rule of law and fair judicial protection for a civilized society.
The principal role of judicial system is to ensure that the administrative sector or politicians do not exceed their powers and attempt ultra vires actions. Actually, rule of law is the best protection for all at every strata. The lack of legal protection would be able to lead to the law of retaliation— an eye for an eye.
Maintaining rule of law is concerned with a common effort of authorities, citizens and judges. In a democracy governed by rule of law, government is too bound by the law, safeguarding protecting everyone’s individual freedom which cannot pose threats to the society. The law is applied equally to everyone under the rule of rule.
The rule of law encompasses at least three ideas: the separation of powers, the protection of human rights, easy access to an independent judiciary. The opposite of rule of law has unspeakable suffering and danger to society. The countries with serious deficiency of rule of law have to encounter the most dangerous threats. Politicians steal state revenue with impunity. The government pays no salaries or they are mislaid. As a result, teachers ask parents for bribes. No police officer will take down a criminal complaint without encourage in the form of cash. Journalists pay security agents to avoid arrest. Such corrupted actions undermine the rule of law.
Therefore, the rule of law should be maintained for the good of all people. In addition, a stable democracy governed by the rule of law creates the best climate for economic development. To ensure rule of law that counts in the end is the check and balance on all the administrative, executive and legislative powers.

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