Does the president make the rules of the congress?
no- the president and Congress are two separate parts of the US government and surely do not make any rules for each other,
They can't make up random rules like the president can.. The president can make some up but the congress has to approve of it or them 1st.
No- the president does not tell Congress how to conduct business. The president can call Congress back into session if there is some special issue he wants them to consider.
No, not generally. The President has no legal connection to Congress. A president whose party gets a big majority in Congress has a lot of say over Congress, but it is mo tly because of respect or of party demands. Every President has some power over Congress because of the veto and because of appointments, but when the Congress is from the opposing party, his power over them is rather limited.
Can the President ask the congress to make a law?
BK is Federal laws and are passed by Congress and signed by the President, like all others.
No the president does not make the laws--the Congress does.
The Supreme Court rules on the constitutionality of laws. However, the president does not make laws. If he does things that are illegal and not in accordance with the law, then Congress can impeach him for misconduct.
The president can but i do not believe the congress can
It empowers the Presidency of the President and helps the President follow the rules of the Congress
It is important that the President and Congress work together because without them working together they cant make good decisions, because what they both do involves each other, and they have to work together to make a good decision. The president has to work with Congress, like Congress has to work with the president. It is important that the President and Congress work together because without them working together they cant make good decisions, because… Read More
No. The President doesn't pass bills, only Congress does. The President signs bills passed by Congress to make them into law.
The President is the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces excluding the Navy (which is under the control of Congress). However, only Congress can declare war and approve of the sending of troops.
If the president does not approve a bill, the congress can overide the veto and make the bill a law.
According to the U.S. Constitution, the power to to declare war is vested solely in Congress. See Article I Section 8 The Congress shall have power "to declare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, and make rules concerning captures on land and water." The president can ask Congress to declare war, but cannot do so himself.
The President cannot make a decision by himself - he has to run his ideas through the Congress before anything happens with them. Congress will also make sure that the president is doing his job by often calling meetings that would include the president.
In the USA, the President cannot make Laws. He can suggest them to the Congress, but all Law originates in the Congress, and is then passed on to the President for Ratification or Veto.
It has become customary for the President to meet once a year with Congress in order to give his state of the union address. President may also make special addresses to Congress on occasion. The president also meets with the leaders of Congress as needed.
Make U.S. Laws, and impeachment trials for the President, Vice President, and other Congress Members.
Actually it does. Now a days congress rules over the president. All the president does it veto or appeal laws and declares war but at any time congress can over rule him. Truly the president can't do much for us when it seems like he does but congress does most of the work.
No they can't, congress and the senate have to accept it.
Why do the different constituencies of the president and congress casue conflict between the executive and legislative branches?
Because it will make the President and Congress compete for power
There are no informal rules of congress.
Congress can override the veto and gather enough signatures to make the bill a law even if the president doesn't agree. This requires a two thirds majority in the US Congress.
He can send a letter to the leadership of Congress or else make a speech to them.
Only Congress can pass bills into law. However, the President can propose laws and work with Congress to get them passed..
Congress passes a law The President vetoes it Congress overrides the veto The law is appealed to the Supreme Court which rules it unconstitutional What?
"What?" indeed! If the Supreme Court rules it unconstitutional, that ends it. The only ones who can overturn that are some future Supreme Court.
Only Congress has the power to make laws, so if the President want a law passed, he has no choice but to prevail upon Congress to pass it. That is how the US Constitution has set up the government to work.
The rules of proceedings are the rules that will govern a congress. Any Congress of the United States comes up with a set of rules which it approves and upholds for running of the business of the Congress.
Yes, the president is required to make a report to Congress, "from time to time". It has become customary for the president to do so in a speech once a year.
The Senate ratifies treaties made by the President. Congress cannot make treaties.
Ok here best way .i think that can help you in simple terms Take a major company ... The CEO = The US president The Board -= Congress AUX inc = United states The board set you how they want the rules of running the company ( congress writes laws for country) The CEO implements the rules and guides the company to make profit ( president tries to get the country moving in a direction… Read More
Congress has to approve it.
to make laws and pass it to the president
He/she can make treaties, but they have to be approved by Congress.
The budget is the responsibility of Congress. The president can make proposals but Congress does not have to follow them them.
The Congress can override the veto with a 2/3 majority.
No, a) because the President only signs Laws that first have been approved by both Houses of Congress and b) because the right of veto is specifically one of the powers of the President. The President has however means to make decisions independenly of Congress. Congress cannot veto them, but it can withold funding for them.
The SPEAKER has the power to write the rules of Congress.
To make bills (laws) to pass to the president to sign. If the president veto's the bill and congress wants the law then they vote. If 2/3 of the congress representatives votes "yes" then the president cant veto the law. But if the Judaical branch (the supreme court) decides that the law is unconstitutional nor congress or the president can make the bill a law.
Congress, the President and the US Supreme Court are the leaders of the three branches of the US Government: Congress = Legislative Branch President = Executive Branch Supreme Court = Judicial Branch
Congress. (Now, the answer that I *WANTED* to give) Former dead presidents. Whoever has the most former dead presidents behind them, becomes the new president. ;)
The President can deploy soldiers anywhere in the world at any time. But after 30 days Congress can cut funding to the war effort. Only Congress can declare War
The President approves or vetoes laws passed by congress. but if congress comes back with enough yeses (if that the plural of yes) then they can override the President and pass the bill to make it a law.
If the president does not like proposed legislation he can make his thoughts known to leaders in congress and threaten to veto it. If the bill passes anyway, he can veto it - send it back to congress with his objections.
The constitution states that the laws originate in congress and can be vetoed or passed by the president. The president can name a person for a position but congress has to approve. He can make a treaty, but needs approval of congress.
While the President can suggest legislation, the actual letter of the law (specifics) is written by Congress. If a bill is passed by Congress than the President can sign the bill into law or veto it, having another impact on law-making.
While the head of the city is the Mayor, Congress has the ability to pass laws that apply to the city.