2 They were concerned that the presidential figure may turn out tyrannical like a king.
3 In a pamphlet known as the Federalist papers
4 it is divided into three branches
5 they allowed other people to weigh in on decisions
6 Between the legislative, judicial and executive
7 By the power to veto decisions
8 by deciding on whether to pass laws
9 by the power to declare orders unconstitutional
10 By passing or vetoing executive orders
11 Legislative has many different representatives and Executive has one and Judicial has 9 need more description
3. D (not sure)
2. See question 1 (i.e. the executive branch-the president-has vetoing power).
3. The judicial branch may decide how the legislative meant to interpret and implement a law and whether a law is constitutional.
4. The executive branch may grant pardon to those who are convicted (and the executive also nominates judges for the Supreme Court).
2. The executive branch checks the power of the legislative branch by also vetoing laws the legislative wants to pass. It also checks the power of the judicial branch by being the one who appoints the judges and they can technically choose whether they want to enforce the rulings and decisions the court has made.
3. The judicial branch has power both over the Legislative and Executive branch by declaring if one of their actions is unconstitutional and they have the last say (judicial review).
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1. They published the Federalist Papers
2. The President can choose to sign or veto laws
3. The Supreme Court (and the rest of the Judicial Branch) may judge executive acts unconsitutional
4. Congress may override a veto
5. All are correct.
Answer is D) Good Luck!
How does the legislative power limit the power of executive power
1. how the executive power limits the powers of the legislative power
Both the legislative branch and the executive branch have different missions regarding their operation.
The Legislative Power is responsible for enacting the laws of the state, and for appropriating the money necessary to operate the government.
The executive branch is responsible for implementing and administering the public policy enacted, and financed by the legislative branch.
2. can veto bills
The Constitution of the United States grants the President of the United States the exclusive power of veto, say "No" to the bills approved by both houses of Congress.
3. How does the judicial branch limit the powers of the legislature?
The judiciary is responsible for interpreting the constitution and laws and for applying its interpretations to the discourses that are presented to it.
4. How does the executive branch limit the powers of the judiciary?
While the separation of powers is key to the functioning of the US government, there is no democratic system with an absolute separation of powers or an absolute lack of separation of powers. Government powers and responsibilities overlap intentionally; they are too complex and interrelated to be clearly compartmentalized.
As a result, there is an inherent measure of competition and conflict among branches of government.