No, the Constitution does not require that the President have a cabinet. It does allow the President to have a cabinet, though.
YES, indian constitution gives permission to a president to reelect as president of india...
Asif Ali Zardari is the President of Pakistan today, and Pakistan's constitution does not allow for a vice President.
No, unless the US Constitution is amended to allow it. The US Constitution requires that the US President be a "natural born citizen."
The bill becomes what is called a pocket veto and is not enacted into law.
Asif Ali Zardari is the President of Pakistan today, and Pakistan's constitution does not allow
It was James Madison who suggested the Constitution allow for three branches of government. Madison would go on to serve as the 4th President of the United States.
Because the Texas Constitution did not allow it.
The 25th amendment to the Constitution allows for a procedure to allow the Vice President to assume the duties of "Acting President".
The Constitution needs to be amended to allow it as one of the options when the president receives a bill from Congress.
They made it very hard to remove a president , but it seemed reasonable to be able to remove a president who was corrupt or totally incompetent before his term was up.
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It wasn't up to any president to ALLOW political parties to form, but they first formed under George Washington as the Constitution came about, some people were for the Constitution, federalists, and some were against the constitution, anti-federalists.
The Russian Federation Constitution demands does not allow Putin to run again. He is allowed to be Prime Minister as there is no rule in the Constitution which prevents this. So really he is "President" --just behind the scenes. Mir out!
to limit the power of a president and not allow them to become a dictator and be president for a lifetime too much power goes to ones head
President Jefferson was reluctant to approve the Louisiana Purchase because he was not certain that it was legal. He was worried the constitution did not allow the purchase.
No such amendment exists. According the the Constitution, the minimum age is 35.
In 2013 this is his 5th year of office. The US constitution will only allow him to do 8.
The constitution says that the president can enforce the laws and maintain them. He can also veto bills that would otherwise become law.
The US Constitution requires the President to be a US citizen by birth, and aged at least 35. There was never a requirement as to gender, before the Constitutional Amendment which gave women the right to vote, or since to the best of my knowledge.
no The U. S. Constitution does not allow an elector to vote for a vice president and a president of the same state. If the presidential candidate's spouse happens to live in a different state... no problem, as long as the party approves it.
Its all part of the Government system of Checks and Balances but then again the president does have to power to enforce the laws which can allow him to veto bills in the legislation and congress
Revise and change the Constitution.
Establish its own constitution !
To allow the Government to do things now that the constitution doesn't allow, because the constitution is from many centuries before. They need to update it.