An essay is presented on the context of safeguarding the federal judiciary corresponding to the separation of powers. It mentions that the separation of powers has always worked in favour of development of constitutional structure despite of the political incentives and ambitions of elected officials. The author also highlights the Madisonian system of separated powers that has worked well in safeguarding the constitutional values of judicial power.



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