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The governing system organized on the principal of the separation of the powers including their interrelated checks and balances offers the classification of (he power between the independent structures in decision making. Such a system of governing aims to the balance support by using one power for keeping the other in the conditions where opposite and competing interests are acting. In this case, apparently, there can not be a balance where one power surpasses the other ones. The system of checks and balances among the post-soviet states does not insure such a balance, moreover, for nowadays a monocentric but not a polycentric system of power is available therein. Thus the governing in the democratic society is not settled only to the order and control as it is in some of the post-soviet countries but insures an activity of different structures which undertake various methods for the solution of the problem. In the totality these methods allow people to solve conflicts in a peaceful and con¬structive way and to seek for more effective ways in decision making. People's interests are different but they are capable of completing each other effectively in the result of which the inter-depending community of interests is formed. Due to the above mentioned, a lot depends on the maturity and development rate of the civil society and political pluralism for the formation of the polycentric system of power.
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