The company president had a dictatorial control over the firm. The principal's dictatorial manner offended many of the teachers in the school.
The Weirmar Republic's constitution had a provision that gave its president the approval to confer dictatorial powers in an emergency. This enabled the president to confer such powers to the chancellor. Thus, even before the advent of Hitler, two German chancellors ruled without the approval of the Reichstag.
There is no President of the constitution.
No one was president when the Constitution was ratified. The office of president was created in the Constitution.
The US constitution is designed to precisely limit the powers of the President as well as the powers of the other branches of government. The system of checks and balances prevents one group from seizing all the power. The fact that the president must stand for election after four years keeps him in check.
People didn't. The general population was not involved in the process and there was no voting for President or Congress.
No, the Constitution does not require that the President have a cabinet. It does allow the President to have a cabinet, though.
The Constitution was established when 9 colonies ratified it before the first President was elected. The President promises to uphold the Constitution when he takes office.
no the president can not enter into a treaty that violates the constitution.
Contrary to internet myth, the president has not violated the constitution.
No, there is nothing in the Constitution forbidding women from being president.
The Executive Branch of government, which includes the president and vice president, are described in Article II (2) of the U.S Constitution.
George Washington was the first president under the constitution.
No one. The constitution created the position of the president in most countries. The first president was George Washington in 1789.
YES, indian constitution gives permission to a president to reelect as president of india...
Through amending the constitution like he had nothing else to do in life! He had a 2/3 majority anyways and made a weird law in which if his party members vote against him in the National assembly, they wont be members anymore! Furthermore, he appointed a President who was dumb and when the judges tried to question his dictatorial acts, he let loose his illiterate party members on the Supreme Court.
There were many such "presidents". Most famous though is Porfirio Diaz.
Yes, the constitution provides for the Vice President to take over when the president is sick, dead, or impeached.
From the Constitution.
George Washington was the first president to be elected under the US Constitution.
The constitution has power over the president, but the supreme court has the power to decide what the Constitution means.
The 25th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States prescribes when and how the vice president becomes the Acting President.
The Constitution decides who will be president.