Forms of Government (Judicial (How the Executive Branch checks the…
Forms of Government
How the Executive Branch checks the Judicial
The Executive branch is the one to appoint judges to the Judicial Branch. By doing so, the President is able to ensure there is little bias in the process of appointing judges.
The Executive branch can overturn a conviction made by the judicial court if the offense is against a state official. Their record would then be clean and charges dropped.
How the Legislative Branch checks the Judicial
If the Legislative branch believes certain judges to be misrepresenting the nation in the their rulings and decisions, the have the power to impeach said judges. This keeps the judges integrity.
Legislative branch must approve the judge being appointed by the President and Judiciary, which ensures all three branches approve of the officials.
How the Judicial Branch checks the Executive
If the judicial branch believes the President's actions to be unconstitutional, they are permitted to address the matter as they see fit. This applies to all of the Executive branch; it is not limited to the President.
The judicial branch can declare Executive Orders made by the Executive branch unnconstitutional and remove them.
How the Legislative Branch checks the Executive
If the President vetos a law, the Legislative branch has the power to pass it despite their vote. This is only if at least two thirds of the Senate and House of Representatives is in favor of it.
The budget and expenses of the Executive branch are checked and controlled by the Legislative branch.
How the Judicial Branch checks the Legislative
They have the power to declare the laws the Legislative branch makes unconstitutional, which ensures that, in order for a law to be passed, it must go through all three branches. This can be referred to as Judicial Review.
In the case that they find a law unconstitutional after going through Judicial Review, they can eradicate the law or mandate that it goes through an adaptation process.
How the Executive Branch checks the Legislative
The legislative branch can create laws, but without approval from the President, said law cannot be passed. In this way, the branch has its power limited by the President to ensure no one branch has more power over the laws that are made.
They must approve the turnout of the presidential election, which essentially means they must approve of the President. They also have the power to impeach the President if they are deemed unworthy of the position.