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Name Course Professor Institution Date Express Powers Introduction The constitution established expressed powers of the presidency to give it powers which are of importance to the nation. The protocol is very important in any organization and to receive the best from the government, there must be bodies which are in a position to command power. This will enable efficiency and service delivery in the entire federal government (Andrea, 87). Some of the major powers which the expressed powers have to include the power to regulate commerce, to increase and maintain armed forces, to declare wars and performing other administrative activities assigned by the constitution. However, Expressed powers are usually amended in the United States constitution and they are regarded as the enumerators of power. Some of these expressed powers in the United States are judicial, military, diplomatic, legislative and judiciary. These entire powers act in the capacity invested to them by the United States constitution to deliver services to the people (Wilson, 77). They work in coordination and relying on each other so that there will be transparency in the state. Will all these powers in operations and delegating their duties with utmost good faith it would be easy for ordinary citizens to get services directly without delay. These powers are clearly stated in article 1 of the United States Constitution under section 8. The congress comes up with these powers as a way of harmonizing all states functions and ensuring that they can meet what they were obligated to undertake by the people.
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Many other democratic countries like the United States have the expressed powers system of governance. Some of these nations have adopted this strategy through the coordination of certain government functions. Democratic world nations find it easy to adopt this system because it will not only invest powers to one body but instead it is in a position to make sure that all these functions are under the considerations of the United States confederation. Other states have this system as the presidents enumerated functions to make sure their countries have well evaluated and bureaucratic system of government.
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