Disadvantages of DL

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  • Disadvantages of DL
    • TAKES  law making away from Elected HOC
      • DL allows unelected people to make law, making it undemocratic
      • Parliament's control is limited, even though there is sufficient control
    • SUB-delegation
      • The authority of law making is handed down another level.
      • This leads to people believing that the law is made by Civil Servants and 'rubber stamped' by the Govt Minister
    • RISES  of Criticism
      • DL makes it difficult to discover what the present is.
      • This is due to DL being made in private, leading to a lack of publicity

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