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enforce, administer, carry out provisions of federal law

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How does responsibility for executing the law give the president power?

The responsibility for executing the new law would give a president great power because he has final say. The president could take out an officer that was doing bad or wrong and replace him immediately with someone worthy of doing the job.

What laws gives the president the power to declare aliens?

immigration law

Is executing the law an implied or express power?


The president is responsible for executing enforcing and administering the law?

True statement.

In essence the ordinance power gives the President the right to do what kind of things?

The ordinance power gives the president the temporary right to make laws when necessary. This is an event that occurs generally when congress is not in session.

In what form of government are the law making and the law executing functions lodged in separate branches of the government?

Legislative branch makes law; Executive branch (president) executes laws.

Why does the law make the law not the ruler makes the law?

First of all, there is no ruler. The President isn't a dictator and the US isn't under a dictatorship. It is a democracy. (Citizens decide how the country will flow) The President has no power in executing the laws. The President is a very powerful enforcer, though. This means that he/she is only to make sure that the laws are faithfully executed. Even though the law makes the law, the citizens usually would vote on a law out of several to which they would wish to abide by. (In relationship to the USA)

What gives the congress the power to passany law it needs for the government to work?

What gives the congress the power to pass any law it needs for the government to work

What articles and section gives the president the power to make a budget?

The president has no power over funding. His budgets are suggestions to Congress and most are not followed at all closely. Congress can give him options on how to spend funds they appropriate and that power would be from the particular appropriation law passed by Congress.

Who wields supreme power in the government?

Usually it is the king/queen (monarch) In a republic, like the USA however, no one person has it. The only exception to this in the US is martial law. Martial law gives full power to the president for a short amount of time.

Who approves law?

In the federal government, the President has the power to approve or veto a law.

How many Branches are in the US?

There are three branches of government. The Legislative branch (or the law-making one/Congress) The Executive branch (or the executing the law one/President & Cabinet) The Judicial (or the changing of the law one, and judging/The Supreme Court)