The Judicial branch
In the US and in many democratic nations, the officials within a legislative branch of government are normally elected by the people they serve.
Some positions are elected, some are appointed by elected officials, some are drafted into service in times of war.
There is a vast body of government officials known as the civil service, whose members are appointed rather than elected. Judges are appointed, rather than elected.
In the US, officials that are elected by the people are the US presidency, senators and Representatives. The US Supreme Court has its members nominated by the president and confirmed by the senate.
The mass media influences politics and the government. They also form a link between the people and elected officials.
No. The U.S. (United States of America) is not a republic. It is a democracy. A democracy is a system where the officials are elected by the people of the country.
They take money for lobbyists. Big business rules our government. Even though our tax dollars go to the "elected officials", they really could care less about us.
China's government is communist and doesn't allow its citizens to vote. Officials in China are directly elected by the National People's Congress. The US is a democracy and allows its citizens to vote in elections.
Virtually all democracies in the world are examples of representative governments. One specific representative government is the US. There, elected officials represent the opinions of the public.
The only elected members of the executive branch of the US government are the president and the vice-president. The cabinet and the white house staff are all appointed by the president, with confirmation by the Senate.
In the US both houses of Congress are elected directly, as are all state offices. In fact, the US President and the Vice-President are the elected officials that are not directly elected.
The US government branch that can impeach federal officials is the Senate. Impeachment means removal from a public office.
If you are talking about the US government, this would be the President and Vice President ACTUALLY ITS CONGRESS I JUST TOOK MY TEST ONLINE FOR SCHOOL AND ITS CONGRESS...... YEA
Officials of the US government may not accept a gift or position with a foreign government without the consent of the Congress.
US government officials
Yes, it created a republic. It's one in which we have elected officials who are meant to do our will, to represent us. In a pure democracy everyone votes on everything.
The US city of New York is controlled by elected officials, elected by citizens eligible to vote. The people of New York City control it by voting for officials. Appointees by its mayor will be among many things that determine if the mayor can be reelected.
most officials, across local, state, and federal level