1. Federalism (federalism) merges formerly separate units into a new state, and/or rearranges a previously unitary country, or even mingles both processes (Anderson 7; Kincaid, ‘Introduction’ 11). Thus, federations must divide legislative, administrative, and judicial powers (Folz 647). The use of constitutional provisions, which divide (legislative and administrative) competences and assign them to different levels of governments, should thereby secure subnational autonomy (Elazar 205). 2. According to Watts (Watts (2008) 84), historic evolution may influence the...
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