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Transcript of Executive Branch
In 1789, the constitution created the Executive Branch of government for the United States.
Article II of the Constitution establishes the executive power of the president who is the leader of the Executive branch.
The president has power to enforce laws, veto, negotiate&sign treaties with other countries, and many other rights.
The president's appointments must be approved by the senate.
The president cannot introduce a bill into law.
If the president chooses to veto a bill, the Congress can override it with a two-thirds vote.
When the president negotiates a treaty, he must wait for the Senate's approval.
George Washington was the first head of the constitutional convention, where 12 of the original 13 states debated the role of the presidency. After he became the first president of U.S, he officially became the first leader of the Executive Branch.
The President and Vice President would lead the branch and there are 15 agencies that are belonged to the branch
Chief Executive:Carries out laws
Chief Diplomat:makes agreement with other nations
Commander in Chief:Commander of military
Legislative Leader:Promotes new laws
Head of States:Figure head of America
Economic Leader:Set policy and promotes laws
Party Leader:In charge of political party
What is Executive Branch?
The executive branch of the government is one of the three branches of government with the judicial and legislative branch. It is in charge of creating the laws that are written by the legislative branch. This branch is headed by the president.
Without the Executive branch which is one of the three branches, the entire government system wouldn't work. Also, law enforcement and the president's role wouldn't be completed. There are much other importance such as agencies.
There are fifteen total executive departments that are belonged to the branch. They each have very important roles and separate the work of the executive branch
There are 15 appointed cabinet secretaries.
If there's a vacancy in the vice president, the president can nominate a new one.
The vice president and majority of the cabinet have power to remove the president from office with two-thirds vote of the Congress (25th amendement).
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By Kangsan Keum