Definition of Legislative Supremacy?

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The definition of legislative supremacy refers to the idea that the legislative branch has more power than the other two branches. The judicial and the executive branch are thought to have less power. This makes the legislative branch the supreme power.
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Legislative Supremacy is [A]cts of parliament that are impossible to be performed are
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constitutional supremacy is a doctrine where by the constitution is supreme and the government rule in acoordance with the cnstitution and at the same Tim e the power of government
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The legislative branch is 1 of 3 branches of US government. It makes the laws, with the main body being "Congress."
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self explanatory. The legislature is supreme.
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