Disadvantages of Statute Law:
Imposition of law
However some Acts are imposed on the people and reflect the views of the pundits or Executive in the ruling political party.
Now having observed the working of the British Parliament over a episode of forty five years James Margach has stated in his book, 'The Anatomy of Power', which "the reality is that the modern Parliament has become into practice a central registry to recording votes and giving effect to decisions taken somewhere else in the Cabinet and in Government Departments. Parliament now governs only in the technical formal sense", so and largely rubber-stamps what is put previous to it through the Executive.
Even though it is rather early to precisely state that what the position of the England Parliament is, some recent events indicate such like during the one-party era its role in crucial or sensitive political matter corresponded to that of the British Parliament as stated above by Mr. Margach, namely, to rubber-stamp what is put before it through the Executive, at the behest of some politically powerful individuals who supposed key administrative positions in the ruling political party, KANU.