The mixed adoption of the presidential and parliamentary systems with a weighting of the executive power (the presidential authority) in a tendency of the presidential system led to a situation where the legislative work and authority are controlled by executive power due to the privileges that had been granted by the constitutional provisions and legal articles (laws). This often represents the government’s directions. The related general work transactions, specially the legislative ones, are ruled and controlled by the parliament and government and each other’s relationship with the president. The legislative work is the result of the government’s will due to the trade-off between the government and the Parliament through the various procedures and stages of the legislative work, which is due to its value that is accorded by the Constitution and law. However, this is a reflection of the government directions and perceptions.
"The Role of the President of the Republic in Initiating Laws A Comparative Study,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2013:
55, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2013/iss55/7