In the U.S. Constitution, the Vice President of the United States is the Senate President. He presides over Senatorial meetings and only votes in case of a tie.
the practice whereby the president, before formally nominating a person for a federal judgeship, seeks the indication that senators from the candidate's own state support the nomination. Senatorial courtesy is an unwritten political custom in the United States.
Senatorial courtesy is an unwritten policy that the president goes by, in which he consults with senior US Senator before making any nominations for federal vacancy. It is strictly observed when it comes to the appointment of federal district court judges and other national issues.
Senatorial courtesy is the custom in the U.S. Senate of refusing to confirm a presidential appointment to office opposed by both senators from the state of the appointee or by the senior senator of the President's party.
Can a convicted felon be a director (president) of a not for profit organization?
According to the Constitution, the primary role of the Vice President is to cast the deciding vote in a tied Senatorial vote and to replace the President should the President be incapacitated. The role of the Vice President has significantly expanded, however, and he often helps the President achieve specific aims by micromanaging some of the executive departments for the President.
You can watch this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6a-yZu__rg to have a copy of juniors' president acceptance speech.
President (as in the president of an organization or something like that) is a noun.
Sorry we can not answer your question because you have not specified the country or organization for this presidency . Many countries and organizations have a President and the responsibilities assigned to the office vary from country to country, organization to organization.
It depends on what he or she is the president of (for example, president of a country, president of a company, president of a public organization, etc.)
Rail-splitter, unofficial small-town sheriff (twice the size of anyone else), lawyer, congressman, senatorial candidate.
There are systems which work within an organization.--for human relations--skills--planning, etcThere are hierarchical positions,e.g. President, vice-president, etcThere are objectives.
Since Heston died over five years ago, he is presently not the president of any organization. During his life, he was president of the Screen Actors Guild and of the National Rifle Association.
Thank you for making me president and i love the the Americans
The Vice President of Health and Safety at ArcelorMittal was the chairman of which international organization?
Before the president makes a formal nomination, however, the senators from the candidate's own state must indicate that they support the nominee
It was a phrase used in President Kennedy's 1960's acceptance speech used to inspire the American people to support and vote for him.
Mike Helton is the current president of Nascar.
no he cant,,he can only be appoint as a trustee of a orgnisation
Only if it directly precedes the name of the president.