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The act that prohibited the president from removing federal officials was the Tenure of Office Act.

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INAUGURATION - an initial or beginning action, as with the installation of public officials

The word "inauguration" is a formal beginning or introduction. It has come to be synonymous with the legal installation into office of public officials, mainly elected executives such as governors and Presidents.

Customarily, foreign officials who rate a Presidential reception are greeted at the White House.

According to the MO Inaugural web site, inauguration of all state wide elected officials will be January 12th. This would include Attorney General.

Here's one... wait until the inauguration to find out! However, officials have stated there there should be over the 1.2 million people who attended President Lyndon Johnson's inauguration. Nicholas Pegues a former Memphis Congressional Intern who attended the inauguration said that there were millions behind him from the Capitol Grounds.

nominate and dismiss officials in the presidential cabinet

By ensuring that government officials would agree with his policies

government officials cannot enter your home without your permission or a court order

citizens attending public meetings of elected officials -Coscu

According to the constitution, the House of Representatives has the power to impeach federal officials (even the president). The Senate acts as the jury, and (in presidential cases) the Chief Justice acts as the judge.

No, it is allowed. We have a wide variety of makeup and nail polish brand, and even government officials use makeup and such.

Transportation and communication methods had improved tremendously since the Constitution was written. This made it possible to certify the election more quickly and made it easy for elected officials to get to Washington and removed any reason to wait until March to install the new government. Surely, it was advantageous to shorten the "lame Duck" period as much as was feasible-- officials who know they will be leaving office in a few weeks can not carry out any longer range actions.

Yes. According to the constitution, the House has the power to impeach federal officials (even the president). The Senate acts as the jury, and (in presidential cases) the Chief Justice acts as the judge.

Yes he dismissed over 200 presidential appointies and nearly 2,000other officeholders.

Among other things, the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution prohibited former Confederate officials from holding office. It also prohibited former Confederate soldiers and slaveholders from receiving any kind of financial restitution, that is, being paid for the damage that the Civil War did to them and their property.

it is called a general election unless we are voting for a president then it is called a presidential election

Officials may have been biased in favor of their party as they undertook the task of recounting the ballots.

The recall is generally for state officials, such as governors or mayors. At the presidential level, removal is usually through the impeachment process.

Mexico is a federal presidential representative republic. As such, some of the government officials (president, congress) are elected by direct popular vote.

I think you are asking about Tenure of Office Act of 1867 which led to the impeachment of Andrew Johnson. It is no longer in effect.

The president can actually appoint high ranking officials. These officials are normally secretary of state or treasury and so on..... I'm not sure if only he/she makes the final decision but it is a long strenuous process by far a hard one. You want good people in your presidential cabinet...... Hope this helps!

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