Summarize Articles I – III

  • Summarize Articles I – III

    Posted by Daniel on March 13, 2023 at 11:54 am

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    • a short summary of Article I (one or two sentences are fine)
    • a short summary of Article II (one or two sentences are fine)
    • a short summary of Article III (one or two sentences are fine)
    • a short summary that describes the connection or relationship between all 3 articles (a few sentences are fine)
    Iryna replied 1 month, 1 week ago 7 Members · 6 Replies
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  • Iryna

    March 19, 2023 at 3:06 pm
    • Article 1 is about legaslative powers – Congress, which consist of Senate and House of Representatives. Also it is about structure of 2 parts of Congress, Senators and Members of House of Representatives
    • Article 2 is about executive powers – President, how he can be chosen, his duties
    • Article 3 is about judicial power – Courts, theirs structure, competence of categories of cases
    • To sum up, this articles show us the basic of power in the USA
  • Kostiantyn

    March 20, 2023 at 6:04 am

    Articles I stipulates the composition of parlament of the USA. It is called “Congress” and is compraised of Senate and House of Represantatives. Also first article regulate the requirements for persons, who want to be members of one of those two chambers. According to that art. the number of members of Congress is set. The powers of Congress are provides. Sone procedural issues are regulated.

  • Oksana

    March 20, 2023 at 7:00 am

    The main purpose of Article 1 is to establish the basic principles of the formation and activities of the legislative branch of the United States. This article also provides that all legislative power is vested in the Congress, which consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

    Article 2 vests executive power in the President of the United States, who, together with the Vice President, is сhosen for a term of four years. In addition, the Article 2 creates the election procedure and requirements for a person who wants to be president.

    According to Article 3, the U.S. judicial power consists of the one Supreme Court and inferior courts, which ordain and establish by Congress. Under Article 3 in USA trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment shall be by jury.

    We can summarize that the first three articles of the U.S. Constitution form the foundation of the separation of powers in the country.

  • Oleksandr

    March 20, 2023 at 11:13 am

    Article I tells us about legislative branch in the USA. Article II is about executive branch in the USA. Article III consist of information about judicial branch in the USA. That’s 3 article together are the foundation of the US government. The division of the system into three branches of government is also common in Ukraine.

  • Svitlana

    March 26, 2023 at 9:37 am

    Article I creates basic of the legislative branch of state power in the USA activity. It provides structure of this branch, requirements and authorities of its representatives.

    Article II is about the executive Power in the USA. It establishes procedure how to choose President and Vice President; what competence they have

    Article III describes power in justice. According to Article III the judicial Power of the United States stipulates Supreme Court and inferior courts. The main purpose of Article III is to establish jurisdiction of Supreme Court, which types of cases are decided in.

    The state power in USA consists of the legislative, executive and juridical power. They are interacted. Each of them has own sphere of authority and responsibility and points for cross.

  • Iryna

    April 17, 2023 at 2:47 pm

    Article I provides that the Constitution grants specific and limited legislative powers to a bicameral Congress of the United States, which is composed of a House of Representatives and Senate. Article I delineated the powers the U.S. Government’s Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branches.

    Article II of the U.S. Constitution organizes the executive branch, provides that the federal executive power is vested in the President. President must to take care that the laws be faithfully executed. The executive power consists of the authority to enforce laws and to appoint the agents charged with the duty of such enforcement. The remaining provisions of Article II’s outline the election of the President, including the establishment of the electoral college.

    Sections 2 and 3 define specific presidential powers and duties, describes exclusive presidential powers: namely, the Commander in Chief authority, the power to require written opinions from the heads of executive departments, and the pardon power. Section 4 provides that the President—and all other civil Officers of the United States—may be removed from office if impeached and convicted on charges of Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.

    Article III of the U.S. Constitution establishes the Judicial Branch of the federal government.