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Asked in US Government
Which branch of congress is responsible for the impeachment trials?
The branch of the Congress that is responsible for the impeachment trials is the executive. The body can impeach even members of the congress. ...
Asked in US Constitution, US Government
Does the executive branch has no checks over the judicial branch?
The executive branch is allowed to appoint members to the supreme court with the approval of the senate branch of congress. That is the check and balance. ...
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution, US Government
What are the main powers of the executive branch?
implying and enforcing the laws written by congress. Members of the executive branch include the president, the vice president, the executive office of the president, and the cabinet. ...
How is the congress a example of the executive branch?
Congress is not an example of the executive branch. Congress is the legislative branch, in place to make and pass laws, while the executive branch includes the President and the bureaucracy he oversees. ...
Asked in US Congress
Who sets up congress in the executive branch of congress?
Congress is not set up in the executive branch of the government. Congress is the legislative branch according to the US Constitution. ...
Asked in US Constitution
Who can nominate members of the federal judiciary?
The Execute branch is responsible for nominating members of the federal judiciary. The Executive branch can also veto laws made by Congress. ...
What can the executive branch do to check the power of congress?
The executive branch has veto power over bills that congress passes. It is possible to override a veto but it requires a 2/3 vote of members in each house which is exceedingly difficult. ...
Which branch approves the appointments of members of the judicial branch?
The Executive Branch (the President) makes the appointments to the Judicial Branch (judges), and then the Legislative Branch (Congress) approves those appointments. ...
Asked in Government
Are the executive legislature and judicial branches all part of congress?
The executive branch is the president and his staff. The judicial branch is the Supreme Court and the court system. The legistative branch (the legislature) is the Congress which comprises the Senate and the House of Representatives. Members of the Senate are called senators, and members of the House of Representatives are called congressmen and congresswomen. ...
Asked in US Congress
The head of this branch can veto laws passed by congress?
The head of the executive branch can veto laws passed by congress. The head of the executive branch is the president. ...
Asked in State of the Union Address
What members of congress meet each year to hear the president's state of the union address?
All the members of the United States Congress meet to hear the president's address. The Judicial Branch and Executive Branch leaders also attend. ...
What is the difference between the legislative branch and the executive branch?
The difference is that the president is head of the executive branch and the legislative branch is the congress. ...