The senate must approve or reject all major appointments made by the president including Supreme court justices, ambassadors, and cabinet members. Appointments require a majority vote or approval. So the Senate must approve it!
The Senate has the constitutional responsibility of advise and consent for all presidential appointments.
The US Senate must approve all appointments to the US Supreme Court.
The United States Senate must approve all presidential appointments and treaties. The duties of the United States Senate is listed in the United States Constitution.
Congress must approve all appointments.
The senate :) The Framers gave them this power because all states were equally represented and to ensure that one branch of the government does not ever get more power than the others.
The Senate Has the power to approve and disapprove apointment of judges.
Ratification of all treaties and presidential appointments.
In the United States such power rests with the Senate.
1. the carry out any impeachments that the house of representatives proposes. 2. all treaties must be ratified by the senate with their 2/3 vote 3. must approve any executive appointments, such as appointments of cabinet members
The Senate has the exclusive power of giving their advise and consent to all Presidential appointments. They must also consent to treaties.
In the United States, the Senate has to approve all nominations by a simple majority. This means that nominations can be blocked by a filibuster unless there is also a filibuster-proof majority (60%), but the President can also temporarily make appointments without approval if Congress is in recess (though the Senate still has to approve it before the end of the *next* session, or it will be nullified).
All presidential appointments must be made with the advise and consent of the U.S. Senate, which is part of the legislative branch.
The Senate has the power to try all impeachments, confirmation of appointments (i.e. Supreme Court Justices), and ratification of treaties.
Congress must approve all appointments of ambassadors == ==
The Legislateive branch must aprove all of Supreme Court appointments
The US senate must confirm all high level presidential appointments. Some low level appointments do not require senate approval
The Constitution requires the Senate to ratify treaties. Until the Senate approves them, they are not in force. The Senate does not automatically approve all treaties that the President sends to them.
The powers of the Senate: 1. Elect Vice president if there is no majority in the Electoral College 2. Can hold an impeachment trial 3. Approve all presidential appointments
The senate has to approve all Sumpreme Court nominees.