powers&duties

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Powers and Duties President of the United States Prime Minister Executive branch of the federal government chief or leading member of the cabinet Head of State Head of State Chief Executive Head of the government Commander-in-Chief Minister of Defense leader of the free-world Royal Prerogative take care that the laws be faithfully executed create and sustain the unity of the Ministry Make appointments to governmental positions Making appointments for key positions Veto laws made by Congress First Lord of the Treasury May make treaties
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Unformatted text preview: Heads responsibilities for action in Parliament power to persuade and to bargain monarch's principal advisor Bound by the Constitution Bound by the Constitutional Convention hold his Office during the Term of four Years oversee the activities of government Take office under Oath organizing the Cabinet, including portfolio composition and mandates Grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offenses fill vacancies during the Recess of the Senate Inform Congress the State of the Union...
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  • Spring '07
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  • President of the United States, Head of State Chief Executive Commander-in-Chief leader, cabinet Head of State Head, Chief Executive Commander-in-Chief, governmental positions Veto

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