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advantages and disadvantages of dl

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Fey Kilinc

on 19 November 2015

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Transcript of advantages and disadvantages of dl

Produced with specialist knowledge
The Parliament does not necessarily possess specialist knowledge therefore, people with specialist knowledge are involved in the preparation of delegated legislation
Parliamentary Control
In parliament, statutory instruments are subject to affirmative or negative resolutions or are scrutinised by the Scrutiny Committee
Democratic as government ministers, who are responsible for issuing statutory instruments and who also approve by-laws, are elected.
parliament does not have enough time to pass
advantages and disadvantages of dl
Partly Undemocratic
It is undemocratic as it is not debated by Parliament, except in the case of statutory instruments subjects to the affirmative resolution procedure.
Lack of Publicity
As delegated legislation is not debated by Parliament, there is not the same opportunity for the press to raise public awareness of it as there is with the ct of Parliament.
No Effective Control
Many of the parliamentary and judicial control are limited in effect, therefore, lack proper control.
Contradicts The Separation of Power
Risk of Sub-Delegation
There is a risk of sub-delegation where the person or body that has been given the power to make law may pass this power down to another.
Some delegated legislation offend the doctrine of separation of powers. Under this doctrine there are 3 branches of power:
the executive
the legislation
the judiciary
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