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Judicial review refers to the process by which the actions of the legislative and executive branch can and are subjected to be viewed by the judicial branch. Such a process is present in order to ensure that the branches mentioned do not exceed its limits and thus, can be recognised as a mechanism of checks and balances within the constitution. Judicial review challenges parliamentary sovereignty because it holds the parliament accountable in the way that it does not abuse its powers.
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