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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Amnesty: The official pardon of those have been connected of political offenses. Presidential Powers Executive Powers: Executing the law: carrying or putting laws into effort. The ordinance powers:The president's authority to carry out executing orders.It is granted by the constitution as well as Parliament. The appointment power:President has the power to appoint key officialism in all executive departments. Legislative Powers: Recommending Legislation:The president can make suggestions for laws to be passed, but cannot vote on them. Removal Power:President has the power to remove who has appointed without approval from the legislature. Reprieve:Is to cancel or postpone the punishment of someone Veto Power: Power to reject a bill proposed by a legislation, by refusing to sign it. Pardons:The forgiving of an error or offense. Commutation:The process of something of commuting a judicial sentence. Judicial Powers: Power to make treaties:The president has the power to make treaties with other nations must be approved by a 2/3 vote in the senate. Executive agreements: Agreements made between the president and heads of other countries, do not require senate approve. Powers of recognition:The president has the power to recognize the legitmacy or legality of other country's governments. Military Powers: Commander in Chief- person that commands and controls the nations military forces. Undeclared War- a military conflict between two or more nations without either side issuing a former declaration of war. War Powers Resolution- The federal law intended to check the president's power to commit the U.S to an armed conflict without consent of congress. Congressional Resolutions- Regulates the administrative business in either the House or the Senate. Diplomatic Powers:
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