Three Branches of Government The legislative branch can check governing parties and override presidential vetoes with a two thirds vote, investigate the executive branch, ratify treaties, and the ability to impeach. The legislative branch has full control over the executive branches spending and funding. The Senate has the ability to approve presidential appointments and approve treaties. The legislative branch checks the judicial branch by creating lower courts, the ability to impeach judges, and the Senate appoints all judges.
He also conduits foreign affairs and creates and approves laws in the government. The judicial branch interprets the laws on the Constitution, whenever there is a conflict about the laws of the land, the Supreme Court decides whether or not the laws coincides with the
The president’s constitutional powers are listed in Article II. The president is the Chief Executive of the United States. He is in charge of executing all laws. The president is the commander-in-chief of the armed forces. He appoints ambassadors, federal judges, cabinet members, and officers in the armed forces.
Removal Powers of Governor The governor in the state of Texas does not have any removal powers. The most powerful removal process the governor can do is vetoing a bill from being passed. He can remove an elected official if two-thirds of the state senate agrees upon the removal. 6.
The point of Senators is to give the people of their state a voice in deciding whether to agree with a law or not on their behalf. Tyranny does not allow citizens to have a say on what gets passed or not. The United States made sure that there was no possible way we would fall into the category of tyranny by doing
The Senate has only one legislative calendar, however the house of representatives has multiple calendars which the bill may be assigned to for debate. unlike the senate’s rules and administration committee, the house of representatives committee has the power to assign a closed or open rule to the bill. a closed rule means that only members of the original congressional committee assigned to the bill may make ammendments while an open rule allows for any representative to suggest an ammendment. the rules committee may also refuse to make a rule decision, delaying or killing the
The President is limited to what he/ she can achieve. The President must essentially share powers with the other two branches of government stated above. Congress is the one who has the upper hand over the President with issues such as foreign and interstate commerce, financial, and most importantly legislative approval. Congress has the power to pass a legislation and allocate the money. With the Affordable Health Care Act even though it was the Presidents law the Congress and Supreme Court had to approve of passing the
The judiciary is independent. Civil, political and human rights are constitutionally guaranteed. General elections for the 300 parliamentary seats are held every four years. The President of the Republic is elected by MP's and serves for a five year term, renewable only once. Mr. C. Stefanopoulos is the President of the Hellenic Republic and Mr. K. Simitis is the Prime Minister.
Identify three powers of the president n explain why each is imp? 1.He is head of the state 2.Commander in chief of all forces 3.Chief executive legislator Commander in chief of all forces ; the president as the chief has all the armed forces army, navy air force under his direct control . Defense department being one of the 15 executive departments of presidents cabinet he has to choose chiefs of joint staffs of national security forces pentagon force and defense intelligence agency and defense intelligence agency he also has to select defense secretary . They report the president daily .
There is eight roles of the president which are: chief of the state, chief executive, chief administrator, chief diplomat, commander in chief, chief legislator, party chief and chief citizen. The constitution charges the president two roles, chief executive of the federal government and Commander in Chief of the armed forces. Chief executive refers to the President as the head of the government that leads the country. As chief executive, the president duties are to enforce the law, treaties, and rule the court, establish federal policies, arranges the country’s budget, and nominate federal officials. In addition, he authorizes or forbids the acts of Congress and grants pardons.
The argument/famous Supreme Court case Madison vs. Marbury asked us the question should the Judicial Branch be able to declare laws unconstitutional. I think the Judicial Branch should be able to declare a law unconstitutional. I believe this because the judicial branch is very small, they have no other checks on any other branch, and they don’t receive any money. The Judicial Branch is so small.