The Legislative Role of the US President
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2018, Volume 7, Issue 25 part 2, Pages 94-128
The election of the President of the United States of America directly from the people makes him representative of the people and gives him the right to speak on his behalf and express his will, and derives his influence from the Constitution and be the head of state and prime minister at the same time. The US Constitution gave all legislative powers in the federal government to Congress, According to the Constitution, to start the legislative function without any contribution or participation from the executive authority, but the political and economic conditions have given the American presidents legislative powers, and this is what we have studied in this research on two topics:
The first is the legislative powers of the American president.
Second: the authority of the American president.
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