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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAItGH 2, 1895.
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A PRKSIDKNl'3 POWERS.
Ara Fur Orent-r in tho United Status
thrvn They Are in France
President Clovolond, in appoint
ing n chief justice of tho United
Status, is said not to havo uiadu
known his solclion to tho motnbers
of his cabinet ttutil nftor tho nomi
nation had boon sunt to tho Scnato.
The onbinot tiiinistors learned of his
choice only nftp tho formal nti;
uoutiecment had been mado.
In acting thus entirely upon hit
own cotinstil, tho president did nut
exceed his coustitntiounl power,
nor do othorwiso than has before
been done by presidents of thoUuit
ed Status in tho making of import
This occurrence illustrated tho
difference botweeu tho iing) of our
own and almost ovory other consti
tutional country. Tho personal potv
oroxoroisod by the president of (ho
United States is inuoli greater than
any that may bo lawfully exorcised
by tho president of tho French ro
public or by tho queen of England.
Noithor of tho.o functionaries
would voiituro (o appoint oven llio
magistrate of an inferior court with
out tho content of llio miiitatcr of
justice; and if tho mini-dor's advice
in such a case weiu not heeded, a
ministerial crisis, to bo mottled only
by tho vote of parliament, would bo-,
Tho ch?o of tho nomination, of tho
chief justice is only au incident in
tho oxorcifo of tho American pre
sident's power. A president devotes
much time to the examination of
tho bills pasul by llio Congress.
Reports aro Font to htm with each
bill, recording tho deliberations in
Congress with regard to it, and con
taining, whou practicable, tho facts
and data upon which tho action of
Congropa was taken.
The president then niakrs his de
cision tipiiu each bill. Such nets as
he does uol approvo ho "Vetoes"
that is, ho returns them to congress
with his objections; and these tacts
cannot then hfeomo laws except by
n majority of two I birds of each
houe n majority which is obtained
only in exceptional cases. "
Vith us, then, what is virtually
tho final fato of overy measure
adopted by a lioueo chosen by uni
versal sullrngc lies in tho hntidH of a
functionary eleclel at one nmoto
from tho people.
In Franco tho president is elected
by tho two houses of parliament sit
tiug as ono body. The French pros'
d'nt, according to tho Youth's Com
panion, has no such powers n.i thoo
which wo have noted ns belonging
to tho president of the United Slates.
Ho promulgates tho laws pnscd by
tho chamber, but may not veto
them. Ho dispones of the armed
forces ol the country, but only in
harmony with tho wishes of minis
ters, who represent tho nrrjonly in
tho chamber of deputies. Ho ap
points all functionaries and ollleorp,
but only on the presentation of tho
different cabinet ministers, ilo ap
points these injnintcrn, it is true, but
they aro not responsible to him, but
only to tho chambers.
1 kn president of Franco if, ic fact,
chiefly a figure-head, or nt tho most
a balance-wheel, for tho nation, per
forming much tho satuo function ns
tho monarch of a purely constitu
tional couutry liko England or Italy.
Ho is elected for seven years, but ho
cannot maintain his position against
an overwhelming hostile sentiment
It would not do, however, to as
sume, becauso tho president of tho
United States possesses so much
greater powers than tho president
of the Fronch republic, that the
United States is a more despotic
country than Frauco.
Though tho persoual power of
tho French presidont is small, tho
authority of tho central government
itself is much moro extended, and
much moro despotically used, than
that of tho United States.
Many of tho institutions of that
couutry aro monarchical in origin
and iu spirit. Tho contral govern
ment arrogates to itself powers which
in this couutry aro exorcised by states,
countios, cities, and towns. Tho ad
ministrative machinery of tho small
est Frouck villages is set in motion
by tho government nt Pans.
t Though the personal powors of
the French president are so much
loss than thoso of our own presi
dent, ho is paid a much larger salary.
Ho receives $120,000 a year and con
siderable allowances, and is given
tho palaco of tho Elysco for n resi
dence. Tho president of tho Uuited
Stntus has .?f)0,(j00 a year, fowor al
lowances, and tho whito house.
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