How did separation of powers guard against tyranny?
The separation of powers guards against tyranny by making unilateral action by any branch more difficult through checks and balances.
Why was the Constitution created?
A chief aim of the Constitution as drafted by the Convention was to create a government with enough power to act on a national level, but without so much power that fundamental rights would be at risk. The powers of each branch are enumerated in the Constitution, with powers not assigned to them reserved to the states.
Can parliament change the constitution?
The Constitution can only be changed with the approval of the Australian people. A proposed change must be approved by the Parliament and then be voted on by Australians in a referendum.
Can Article 32 be amended?
Article 32 of the Indian Constitution gives the right to individuals to move to the Supreme Court to seek justice when they feel that their right has been ‘unduly deprived’. And unless there is some Constitutional amendment, the rights guaranteed by this Article cannot be suspended.
Can Article 368 be amended?
Can Fundamental Rights be amended as per Article 368? Article 368 does not contain a power to amend the constitution but only a procedure. The power to amend comes from the normal legislative power of Parliament. Therefore, amendments which “take away or abridge” the Fundamental Rights provisions cannot be passed.