Importance Of The Executive Branch Of Government
As the Head of State, the President has many powers and duties. The President takes care of, and takes full responsibility for the enforcement and directness of any laws that are set forth by …show more content…
The President is the one who picks these members, but the Senate must confirm them. Rejections made by the Senate are very rare, there have only been twelve rejections since this system began. Many things play into who the President chooses to be in his Cabinet, but one of the top priorities is the party. The different Cabinet members are each the head of a different Executive Department and they are also the advisors to the President, along with the Chief of Staff.
The Judicial Branch of the government has both the power to interpret laws and to settle issues that might arise. The Judicial Branch can check the Executive Branch by declaring executive actions to be unconstitutional in court because they have the power of Judicial Review. Also, the Executive Branch of Government cannot control Judges once they are appointed for life. The Judicial Branch checks the Legislative Branch and the acts of that branch through court and can judge the acts of that branch to be unconstitutional as