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Based on the American “constitution,” which internal and external stakeholders, in the policy making process, possess “constitutional legitimacy” for their role in making public policy? Do entities with explicit power have more influence than those entities with implied powers in making public policy? Should they? Why or why not?The Constitution of the United States od America is not clear on the process for implementing public policy by internal stakeholders such as the Legislative branch, the Executive branch and the Judiciary branch. The US Constitution does state the President is responsible to “faithfully execute the laws” (Milakovich & Gordon, 2013). The branches of the government all hold different roles. The Legislative branch makes laws, the Executive branch enforces the laws and the Judicial branch interprets the laws and determine how they coincide with the intent of the constitution. Public policy is influenced by a number of things including voting and donations from private stakeholders.