Separation Of Powers Vs Federalism

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On the other hand, if interests were purely subjective how will we explain their basis in political reality? For example, it is not easy to determine whether a decision has been made for the best interests of the nation. It is important to understand though that every set policy cannot be in the best interest of every government, some groups have to compromise leading to the formation of factions. Differentiated views need to be acknowledged to prevent even the overall national government from becoming dictatorial force due to static stances that limit the political expressions of lower authorities. Federalism and Separation of powers contradict in various aspects since the principles that either approach proposes cannot work together

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