The executive executes or implements them, and the judiciary reviews the functioning of the executive or the laws promulgated by the legislature. Sometimes power is shared by different political parties with different ideologies. Such alliances form a coalition government. Answer: (i) Equal number of ministers: The Constitution stipulates that the number of Dutch-speaking and French ministers in the central government is the same. Some special laws require the support of the majority of the members of each language group. Thus, no single community can make unilateral decisions. (ii) Power-sharing: Many of the powers of the central government have been transferred to the state governments of the two regions of the country. State governments are not subordinate to the central government. (iii) Separate government for Brussels: Brussels has a separate government in which both communities are equally represented. .