Main article: Elections in Malaysia Elections in Malaysia exist at two levels: national level and state level. The Government has to justify itself to Parliament in respect of everything it does or causes the administration to do. This clearly expresses the intention of Parliament not to divest the ordinary courts of the judicial power of the Federation and to transfer it to or to share it with either the Executive or the Legislature.
S Constitution provides some role for the branches in the work of the others, checking and balancing the powers among them. The constitution of Malaysia also provides for a unique dual justice system—the secular laws criminal and civil and sharia laws.
They do not hold membership within the legislature, and are not required to account to Congress for their decisions - although Congress is empowered to veto a bill posited by the executive.
On the other hand, the case of Bowsher v. The three main powers or bodies which forms our constitution are knows as The Executive, The Legislative and the Judiciary. Malaysia is a country which practices a parliamentary democracy system which is based on British Westminster system.
For instance, in Malaysia, the legislative power is given to the Parliament, but the Yang Di Pertuan Agong YDPAwho is vested with the authority of checking the power, may refuse to give his royal assent to a Bill of Parliament.
This constitutional procedures or process under which each organs of a government check or balance the exercise of power by others is also known as the system of checks and balances.