The electoral system to elect the President would not involve any preference deals, eliminating a lowest common denominator winner. The successful candidate would be elected President until the next regular, periodic election. REMOVAL OF THE PRESIDENT In creating a President using the Copernican model, the President would be above the politics of the country and simply perform ceremonial roles. Because the President is not involved in the political life of Australia, it is suggested that they should only be removed “to maintain the apolitical nature and dignity of the Head of State” (APH). This implies that a President can voluntarily resign or be pressured to resign by the Governor General, Prime Minister and Governors, triggering another election so that the people can choose a new President.
The general election occurs in early November where the population votes, known as the popular vote, for who they would like to be president. However, the popular vote is not used to determine the next president of the United States. The votes from the Electoral College are used to determine the winner of the election. Political parties select who will serve as electors, then the electors will meet and Congress will count the votes for President and Vice President. In order to win presidency a nominee must gain 270 electoral votes, over half of the 538 electoral votes.
The president was surround from the crowd from the moment he took the office. The candidate from the Republican who had won with a vote and was opposed by other candidates , voters , particularly by Democrats party. Therefore, the president wrote his inauguration to addressed and to protected to swearing to the common citizens of the nation. In his Inauguration, the president George W. Bush called for national unity. “ America has never been united by blood or soil.
Article II, Section 1 of the Constitution states: “The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America.” First, the President can veto a law or bill that is unconstitutional. However, the President cannot declare everything unconstitutional. Next, the Vice President of the United States will take the place as President, if the President is unable to lead. The Vice President will break any tie in the Senate. Then, the President has fifteen departments, such as the State, Treasury, and Defense.
He didn’t personally write them, but dictated them to his deputy, Rudolph Hess. When Hitler came out of jail, he decided that he needed to change his party to win the elections so he made it a democratic instead socialist party. He also created the Schutz Staffeln (SS) (English: Protection Squads) to be his bodyguards. He appointed Heinrich Himmler as the head of the SS. In 1928, the NSDAP or the Nazi Party got 2.6% vote share and for the first time, members of their party joined the Reichstag, the German parliament.
The name “Weimar” comes from the town Weimar where Germany’s new government formed after the abdication on the Kaiser. The Weimar Republic was based around the Weimar Constitution signed into law by President Friedrich Ebert and stated the following: “the German Reich is a Republic, the government is made of a president, a chancellor and a parliament (Reichstag), representatives of the people must be elected equally every four years by all men and women over age 20, the term of the President is seven years, all orders of the President must be endorsed by the Chancellor or a Reich Minister, article 48 allows the President to suspend civil rights and operate independently in an emergency, two legislative bodies (the Reichstag and the Reichsrat) were formed to represent the German people, all Germans are equal and have the same civil rights and responsibilities, all Germans have the right to freedom of expression, all Germans have the right to peaceful assembly, all Germans have the right to freedom of religion; there is no state church, state-run, public education is free and mandatory for children, all Germans have the right of private property, all Germans have the right to equal opportunity and earnings in the workplace.”(Weimar
The legislation, which President Johnson signed into law the next day, outlawed literacy tests and provided for the appointment of Federal examiners (with the power to register qualified citizens to vote) in those jurisdictions that were "covered" according to a formula provided in the statute. 3. In addition, Section 5 of the act required covered jurisdictions to obtain "preclearance" from either the District Court for the District of Columbia or the U.S. Attorney General for any new voting practices and procedures. Section 2, which closely followed the language of the 15th amendment, applied a nationwide prohibition of the denial or abridgment of the right to vote on account of race or color. The use of poll taxes in national elections had been abolished by the 24th amendment (1964) to the Constitution; the Voting Rights Act directed the Attorney General to challenge the use of poll taxes in state and local
Evidence 3: The 1st amendment to the constitutions bars any law “Respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof” but Trump´s ban on travel into the USA from 6 Muslim countries: which are Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Iraq The order bars citizens of seven Muslim countries from entering the US for a period of 90 days. It also suspends the United States ' refugee system for a period of 120 days. Mr Trump says his "extreme vetting" system will help "keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the US". This also suspends the United States ' Syrian refugee program, which accepted 12,486 Syrians in 2016. And it also gives preference to accepting Christian refugees from the Middle East over Muslim refugees.
The President however serves a four-year term and can only be elected to office twice. When it comes to electing the President they are elected by an indirect system called Electoral College System. This system is where the determining votes are distributed to the states and the District of Columbia. The Supreme Court is led by the Chief Justice of the U.S. and includes nine members who have a life
Puerto Rico, a commonwealth of the US, was acquired in the Spanish-American war and the Jones Act of 1917 made the inhabitants American citizens. On the island they do not pay taxes and cannot receive all the benefits and assistance of the US government. On the mainland however they are not distinguished from other US citizens and whether on the mainland or the island all are subject to a potential military draft. After America acquired Arizona, New Mexico, California, Colorado, Utah, Kansas, Oklahoma and Wyoming in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848, the Mexicans living in these territories were given a month to decide if they would choose to be US citizens or remain Mexican citizens living under US rule. Even the Mexicans that decided to become US citizens were put off their land and denied citizenship other rights that were promised by the treaty.
Thousands of bills pass in the California legislature every year. Just later is responsible for tackling the state 's problems big and small. The legislature does not act in policymaking vacuum rather him a share power with the other branches of government. 40% approved with the legislate tiff branch and 44% disapprove of the legislative branch in a survey taken in 2013. Structurally numerically much for today 's state legislature parallels its original design intent.
In 1927 the LCBO (Liquor Control Board of Ontario) was established by Lieutenant Governor William Donald Ross; opening 86 stores, three mail order departments and four warehouses to sell liquor, wine and beer. The government created this private company at the end of prohibition, the Liquor Control Act creating in the same year of 1927, authorized the government to control all sales, transportation, and delivery of alcoholic beverages in Ontario. The corporation upholds a social responsibility to monitor and restrain sales to minors, and to those
My third amendment I want to consider changing the 12th amendment the election of the president and vice president. This amendment was created to tie the electoral college in the president and vice president election. My reasoning is that whoever can vote should be able to choose who they want as president not the electoral college. This should be abolished because this country is a democracy and the popular vote should count not the electoral votes (Debate.com). With Hillary Clinton, more than 300,000 votes ahead of President Donald Trump in the popular vote count as of the election calls have already begun to ditch the Electoral College system enshrined in the Constitution for choosing presidents (Editorial Board).
To qualify for service as the United States President, each state must choose Electors – who do not serve the public interest as a Senate of House of Representative member – to tally and submit presidential votes to the current Senate President. All Presidential executives must be natural-born United States citizens; be at least 35 years old; and have been a United States resident for the last 14 years. Explain the Full faith and Credit Clause and the Supremacy Clause. The Full Faith and Credit Clause dictates that all actions that Legislative members take on behalf of United States citizens, and the results of said actions, are public record and that the Legislator must record these acts and make them accessible to other States. The Supremacy Clause holds the United States Constitution as the highest law in the Country, overriding any laws put forth by Legislative of Judicial branches.
The author believes that it is the Congress, not the Supreme Court to decided Ted Cruz’s eligibility to be a president. After the final electoral vote, in accordance with the 12th Amendment, Congress has the authorities to reject to count any electoral votes if the Congress doubts his eligibility. Similar with the way the Congress judges a Senator’s birth certificate dispute for Senate election, the Constitution makes the Congress the judge of birth certificate dispute or any other kinds of presidential eligibility argument for the presidential election. In addition to the Congress, the voters can decided if Ted Cruz can be a president by choosing whether casting the ballots on him or