In what branch of government do officials hold their position for life?
Only the Supreme Court of the federal government in the Judicial Branch can hold their position for life, even though they can retire if they want to.
A person can hold more than one position in the federal government as long as it is in the same branch of government?
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A person can hold more than one position in the federal government as long as it is on the same branch of government?
The executive branch.
All authority within the Han Government resided with the Emperor,who was the supreme ruler. Below the Emperor were the Court Officials. All of whom had passed an examination that enabled them to hold a position in the Government. These Court Officials advised the Emperor, and Staffed and ran the state which was the true authority.
He held the position of Secretary of Treasury in the very first government.
the sunshine laws
None, he is not part of the executive branch but rather in the legislative branch.
To ensure that one branch of government wouldn't hold all the power what did the founding fathers establish?
To ensure that one branch of government wouldn't hold all the power, the system of checks and balances was created.
Popular sovereignty asserts that people hold ultimate authority.
The principle of what asserts that the people not politicians or government officials hold ultimate authority?
Adolph Hitler died in 1945 and holds no position in any government at present.
President of the Senate
He was the Secretary Of The Treasury.
The President is chief executive of the Executive Branch of the US government.
The Legislative Branch for government trials and the Judicial Branch for public trials.
The cabinet members are in the executive branch of government. This includes all people appointed to hold senior officer positions within the government.
They are collectively referred to as "sunshine laws."
The vice president serves as the president of the Senate
He was Wisconsin's senator
A republic is a government in which voters hold sovereign power. Elected representatives are responsible to the people that hold sovereign power and elect officials to run the day-to-day affairs of government.
The US Constitution clearly states the powers in which each branch of government should hold exclusively. This is done to limit the powers and prevent any one branch of government from holding absolute control.
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he was the senator of Illinois
Secretary of State, he bought Alaska from Russia.
A responsibility is something a citizen should do but is not required to. Some examples are: 1) Register and vote 2) Hold elective office 3) Communicate with government officials 4) Serve in an appointed government position 5) Participate in political campaigns 6) Keep informed 7) Respect others' rights to an equal voice in government
If you are referring to Julius Caesar, he held every position in the government including that of dictator. He followed the Cursus Honorum at the proper age and in the proper sequence.
he is the vice president of America hope this helps :-)
He was the vice president.
He was Vice president of th united states
Vice President of the United States
An election is a choice that is offered to the voters. Voters get to decide which of the candidates they would prefer to have as government officials. That explains why people vote. The reason why governments hold elections is to gain legitimacy. A government official has authority because the general public, by voting for that person, awards authority to him or her.
No. No government official can hold positions in two branches of government at the same time. A Senator is a member of the Legislative branch of government, while the Lieutenant Governor is the number two guy in the Executive branch.
In the Constitution, the executive branch of the US government consists of the president. It also states the president will hold office for four years and will have a vice president.
He was the Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1996 until 2007
Senator or Representative one (but pretty sure senator)
The legislative branch introduces and passes bills. It may also hold hearings to aid in the passage of bills.
The judiciary can hold the Executive branch to account for its actions; it is a system of 'checks and balances' that ensure no branch of government has too much power.
He was know widely simply as the Fuhrer, but his official title was Reichskanzler, or Chancellor of the Reich.
How may organizations hold purchase cardholders Approving Officials and certifying Officials accountable for the duties they perform in relationship to GPC activity?
How may organizations hold purchase cardholders, Approving Officials and certifying Officials accountable for the duties they perform in relationship to GPC activity
The best and the greatest position filipinos hold spaniards colonial governmen is to dog style and spreading sperm.
It is not always possible to find how much a person makes. If they work in for the government and you know the position they hold, you can look it up on government websites.
He was the Chief Justice for the U.S. Supreme Court.
He was a Senator and member of the House of Representatives.
At the time of answering the question, the 12th of September 2014, he is the British Prime Minister.
It would depend on what position you hold within the program.
What U.S. government position did both Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt hold before becoming president?
assistant secretary of the navy
If the legislative branch is the most powerful branch of government why does the judicial branch matter?
The Legislative Branch is not the most powerful. All three branches of government are equal in power. -- According to the Checks and Balances, all three banches hold difference powers over each other, so no one branch can be more powerful. The Judicial branch matters because we need the court systems, also because of the Judicial Review: This allows the judicial branch to decide if the law that congress is passing is constitutional or unconstitutional.
Leaders is the general term given to the leading officials in Australia. The leading officials are referred to different names depending with the positions that they hold.