A government official who has power to apply the law and put it in force is called a magistrate. The term is also used for a judge in a minor court.
The executive branch of government has the power to apply law and put it into place. In the local branches of government, a magistrate has this power.
The President of the United States
The President of the United States, for one.
is a judge
The legislative branch makes (enacts) the laws. The judicial branch interprets the laws. The executive branch enforces the laws.
power by force is a Dictator
There are three arms of power: Legislative Power, Executive Power and Judicial Power. It is the Judicial Power (The Judges) that has the power to interpret and apply laws in Australia. Courts and judges are independent of parliament and government.
Typically, a government that is created by force would be a military dictatorship.
Depends on the government? Theyre elected or they take it by force...
It is used to force the people/citizens to do something. Although the government might have the power to do it, the government might not have the right to do it(authority) .
The origin of government emphasizes the power of violence through the force theory.
Vote to impeach a government official.