Firstly, he has specified legal powers under the Constitution as for his duties and responsibilities. Secondly his executive powers during the period of National crisis are awesome. His powers grow like octopus that grows in…
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it and they also know being the torch-bearers of democracy, that such a level of power is essential for dynamic governance of the country and to hold the head high in world politics. An individual with limited and restricted powers will not be able to function as the top executive of the Nation. The people have elected him because they repose faith in his judgments. Notwithstanding the checks and balances, the one who occupies the White House is like the flagship and deserves top honors. He is always doing something for the Nation. He governs and dictates within the limitations of democracy. When it is necessary to act, he necessarily acts. If he fails at those moments, he invites peril for the Nation. He is the creator of the destiny of the Nation in those chosen, selective moments in the history of the Nation. He builds or breaks! Crises show his metal and his mental toughness!
The few vague paragraphs in the US Constitution specify the powers of the President. What is unsaid about his powers is more important than what has been prescribed in those printed phrases and sentences. His ordinary powers are extraordinary and his extraordinary powers in times of crises are superlative and can create serious dents in the destiny of America and nations of the world. By exercising such powers Presidents have relocated the geographical boundaries of the Nations; destroyed their economies. Whether such actions are good or bad is another issue; but no President has been impeached in the US history for exercising his powers. The minimalist approach to the President’s job description is perhaps not due to the ignorance by the framers of the Constitution, but a deliberate act to let the President grab powers, when considered necessary to grab it in the interest of the Nation. That vagueness in the specifications of the powers of the Presidents provides the latent strength to the President to act.
Let us have a cursory glance at his ordinary powers: He is the
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This Assignment is correlated with the information about the political system of the Russian federation. It includes a thorough illustration of the Russian Federation’s Government, members of the Russian Executive branch, through which process they are being selected or elected and what are their responsibilities.
Hamilton starts off his essay by distinguishing the President of America from the King of Great Britain by stating that the king is a monarch through inheritance whereas the President is elected by his people and stays on his chair for as long as the people want him to serve (Hamilton, 1992).
But the pressure of life in the White House will stun the President unless he/she is taking up the Presidency for the second time. Most importantly an American President has got to be tough as the responsibilities of the post leave no other options. Besides being the political Head of the State, he is the Commander-in-Chief of the Army, Air-Force and Navy.
The person, whose job is multi-faceted and one that holds numerous implications for both the wellbeing of the citizenry, as well as the nation itself. To command a great military force that seeks to enforce peace and democracy throughout the rest of the world.
is particular speech; however, the reference is implicitly made only when he talks about the sale of public lands most of which are Indian territories. He seems to defend the Indian Removal act by listing the advantages to the Americans as well as Native Americans. The use of
Presidential privilege was constructed with the need to help the presidency to be able to function well. The president may, for instance, in many cases find himself in situations where he needs crucial advice from