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In terms of jurisdiction, the Supreme Court has executive and appellate.

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In terms of jurisdiction, the Supreme Court has executive and appellate.

original and appellate.
legislative and original.
original and executive.

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In terms of jurisdiction, the Supreme Court has original and appellate jurisdictions.
The other powers mentioned in the choices are given to the legislative and executive departments of a democratic government.
Original jurisdiction means that the court has the right to hear the case firsthand while appellate jurisdiction means that the court will hear an appeal that came from a court of original jurisdiction.

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