residual powers

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  • The president generally acts on the advice of the prime minister but has important residual powers.
  • The question of residual powers was also raised at the beginning.
  • The federal government also has the residual power to make laws necessary for Canada's "peace, order and good government".
  • It is during these occasions that their traditional monarchs and nobles exercise the most of their residual power.
  • Individual credit unions delegated specific powers for specific purposes to a federal body, with residual powers remaining in local hands.
  • Any residual power is then fed back into a second motor that powers the output of the drivetrain directly.
  • He has since appeared in Justice League and Justice Society stories, having retained some residual power from the ruby.
  • Even an amendment to the Constitution could not be directly proposed by the people in the exercise of their residual power or adopted by them. Cited from The Constitution of the United States, by James M. Beck
  • Those that are not specifically identified are called "residual powers."
  • The POGG power is best understood as a narrowly defined residual power limited to the following three branches.
  • The Canadian Constitution, in contrast, assigned all residual powers to the federal government and enumerated a complete list of state powers.
  • The residual power is radiated in sidelobes, usually much smaller, in other directions.
  • Lord Watson formulated a situation in which the residual power could be applied, in what would become known as the national dimensions doctrine.
  • Under the Finnish constitution, executive power is vested in the president and the government, with the president possessing only residual powers.
  • During the initial years of independence the Democratic Party government moved decisively to undercut many of the residual powers of the chiefs.
  • It outlined powers reserved for the central government, shared powers, and residual powers to be exercised primarily by the subunits.
  • This Act removed the residual power of the United Kingdom Parliament to legislate for New Zealand at its request and consent.
  • Though parliamentary rule had been firmly established in Italy, the Statuto Albertino, or constitution, granted the king considerable residual powers.
  • This decision was reached by the Crown Council of Monaco, a body made up of notable local figures with residual powers to make judgments about certain constitutional matters.
  • Unlike the federal governments of the United States, Switzerland or Australia, residual powers remain with the Centre, as with the Canadian federal government.
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