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Characteristics of Presidential Government

Presidential government practices Single Executive concept, where the Head of

State is also the Head of Government, and he is called the President. The Chief

Executive, the President is responsible for the leadership of the government and

the state. The Chief Executive is independent from the…

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M. Nixon refused to cooperate with the investigation and testify against the case. He is

apprehended of his testimony will be equal to interfere of his function as U.S President

alone, and he is the Executive who is protected by law from having to give in to another




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