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Exploiting Agent Technology Problem Solving Method to Model the Relationship between Legislative Drafting and Law-making Actors

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Author Jennifer Somali Angeyo, Peter Jehopio
ISSN 2225-7217
On Pages 28-37
Volume No. 3
Issue No. 1
Issue Date February 01, 2013
Publishing Date February 01, 2013
Keywords Artificial intelligence, agent technology, doctrine of separation of powers, law making, legislative drafting, legislative process, multi-agent system



Abstract

The relationship between the actors in the law making process is governed by the doctrine of separation of powers. Scholarly literature state that each of these actors is interdependent on the other and no single agency is able to exercise complete authority. The doctrine, however, can be extended to enable the three branches to act as checks and balances on each other. The study inquires into how the relationship between and amongst the actors in the legislative process covering both the legislative drafting (not covered under the doctrine of separation of powers) and the lawmaking processes can be modelled without infringing on the doctrine of separation of powers. We analyse the application of artificial intelligent approach to modelling and propose the application of agent technology in modelling this relationship


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