Asked in US Constitution, Government, US Government
Who hold the chief executive of the executive branch today?
The President is chief executive of the Executive Branch of the US government. ...
Asked in Australia Politics and Society
Who is the chief executive of the Australian government?
The chief executive of the Australian government is the Prime Minister. The current holder of this elected office is Kevin Rudd. ...
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution
Why is the president decribed as the chief executive of the nation?
One of the most important duties of the president is to serve as the chief executive or chief administrative officer of all government agencies. As such he is the chief executive of the nation. ...
Who has the power in the executive branch of government?
In the executive branch of the government the ULTIMATE responsibility lies with the chief executive. In the US federal government that would be the President - in a state government, the Governor - in a municipal government, the Mayor. ...
Asked in History of the United States
The relationship between the chief executive and the legislature?
The chief executive in a parliament government must answer the legislature for all the actions and policies it makes. ...
What is the American system of government?
There are three branches of the American government. The legislative, executive, and judicial branches. The legislative branch holds the senate and the house of Representatives. The executive branch holds the chief executive, the chief diplomat, the chief legislator, the commander-in-chief of armed forces, and the chief of state. The judicial branch holds the court. ...
Asked in Missouri
Both the Missouri government and the federal government have 3 branches?
Yes, both the Missouri government and the US federal government have 3 branches. The branches are executive, legislative, and judicial. ...