(i) The sharing of powers among political parties, pressure groups and movements ensures the influence in decision making process as democracy implies people’s choice among various contenders.
(ii) Regarding political parties this sharing takes place in the way of political competition among different parties. This in turn ensures that power does not remain in one hand.
(iii) In the case of coalition government this sharing becomes direct when two or more parties form an alliance to contest election and if their alliance is elected.
(iv) At the same time, pressure group and movements influence power sharing through dharna, rallies, protest, strike etc.
(v) In anotherway by becomingthe member of committee ora part of the planning commission.