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Executive power   (translated from French)
Executive power This article is one outline to supplement ... can share your knowledge by modifying it. executive power (also called it simplyexecutive) is one of ... the State. In one parliamentary system, the executive power is generally called it gouvernement ( ...
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Executive power   (translated from Dutch)
Executive power executive power is beside wetgevende power and rechterlijke power , the interpretation of ...
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Executive committee   (translated from German)
Executive committee That Executive committee the operational line is one Organisation ... are free in the organization of the executive committee, in most larger enterprises appear themselves in the executive committee however Chairman and several members, for ... different fields. In one Aktiengesellschaft becomes the executive committee (§ 76 FF. AktG) by ...
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Division of power   (translated from German)
Division of power This article places those Situation in Germany ... State theory one understands under Division of power (force separation) a distribution that Government authority ... middle class with the purpose, Macht by power to zuegeln (Montesquieu: Of the spirit of ... are different Even one the division of power; the term mostly designates the horizontal force ... between the 3 state organs Legislative (parliament), Executive (government) and Judikative (courts). With the ...
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Unitary executive theory
Unitary executive theory In American political and legal discourse, the unitary executive theory is a theory of Constitutional interpretation ... of powers. The theory argues that the power of Congress to divest the President of control of the executive branch is limited. The theory The theory ... Clause of Article II which states "The executive Power shall be vested in a ...
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Talk:Unitary executive theory
Talk:Unitary executive theory /Archive 1 : – February 3 2006 ... pretends to tell someone what the Unitary Executive Theory is, and in fact starts off ... that merging in the material from Unitary Executive (January 16th) does not help ther article ... golden Wikipedia "good article." If the Unitary Executive Theory article were a country, it would ... is the war between the Congressional and Executive branches of the U.S. Government, ...
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Executive federalism   (translated from German)
Executive federalism As Executive federalism designates one for example the German ... most important legislative organ, that of an executive federalism, there Rat the European union (Council ... weight of the land governments increased and power the federal state parliament removed, there ever ... of Parliament became is necessary. In the executive federalism it also comes Politikverflechtungen and ...
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Executive Council
Executive Council An Executive Council in Commonwealth constitutional practice based on the Westminster system exercizes executive power and is the top tier of a ... governors"). Until the advent of responsible government, Executive Councils existed primarily to advise the ...
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Executive order
Executive order An executive order is an edict issued by a member of the executive branch of a government, usually the head ... Presidents of the United States have issued executive orders since 1789. There is no United ... this, aside from the vague grant of "executive power" given in Article II, Section ...
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Reserve power
Reserve power A reserve power is a power that may be exercised by the head ... more democratic, conventions and limitations on the power of the head of state become increasingly ... The President of the United States has Executive privilege. Two famous examples of this ...
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