Congress is considered an internal stakeholder the

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Constitution, the only stakeholder that has “constitutional legitimacy” is Congress. Congress is considered an internal stakeholder. The internal stakeholders are Congress men and women. They tell the citizens of their representative state regarding the public policies. Also, the president has a duty or reasonability to the American citizens to execute the laws. The external stakeholders are the United States Citizens. American citizens can’t pass a law, they can only have their voices heard on a subject. Americans have to deal with the good or bad repercussions of the public policies that are put into place. The public policies affect citizen’s lives based on their public and or business lives. I believe that entities with explicit powers have more influence than those entities with implied powers in making public policies. Explicit powers are put in the Constitution, those powers can not be taken away. Implied powers are not written into the Constitution, those powers can be taken away. Implied powers are “implied” not given. Congress has explicit powers that can not be taken away and they have the final say in what public policy’s are passed. Entities with implied powers don’t have the final say because there powers can be taken away. They can put in their input but it might not make that big of a difference for the policy. Milakovich, M. E., & Gordon, G. J. (2013). Public administration in America (11th ed.).Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing. ISBN: 9781111828011.

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