Branches Of The Federal Government Of The United States Of America (Essay Sample)
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BRANCHES OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
STUDENT NAME: SAMUEL MUTHUI
NAME OF THE UNIVERSITY
The federal government of the United States of America (U.S.A) is made up of three branches as per the constitution of the country. The branches are namely the executive, the legislature and the judiciary. The executive refers to the president and other senior workers usually about 5000000. The legislature also called the house of representatives and the Senate is made up of the elected members and nominated members. The third branch, the judiciary is made up of all the courts.
This is the arm of government which makes laws and confirms or throw-outs presidential appointments. It has also been given the mandate to declare war if need be [USA official site 2018]. According to the constitution, the legislature consists of two houses. The houses are namely the Senate and the house of representation. The house of representatives consists of 435 elected members from all the 50 states of the country. It also consists of unelected members who represent the District of Columbia and its territories.
The Senate consists of the elected senators usually 100 in number. An elected senator serves for a period of 6 years per term, however, no limit of the number of terms one can serve Wood (Gordon s. 1998).