PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE GOVERNMENT

THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE GOVERNMENT SOVEREIGNTY OBJECTIVES:

WE ARE THE SOVEREIGN AUTHORITY ESTABLISHED INTERNATIONALLY AS THE PRINCIPAL GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBLE FOR ESTABLISHING ALL OF THE NATIONAL INDIGENOUS / NEGRO / ISRAELITE SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS OF CANADA, INCLUDING; THE NATIONAL SUPREME / SUPERIOR / HUMAN RIGHTS COURTS OF JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION, THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE INSTITUTIONS OF KNOWLEDGEABLE EDUCATION, THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE INSTITUTIONS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE HEALTH ORGANIZATION, THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE INSTITUTIONS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE INSTITUTIONS OF CORPORATE / RESIDENTIAL CONDOMINIUM COMPLEX COMMUNITIES, THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE CURRENCY & BLOCKCHAIN BANKING INSTITUTIONS, THE NATIONAL NEGRO/ISRAELITE PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP SPORTS LEAGUE, THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE CHILD & FAMILY PROTECTION SERVICES CANADA, ETC,... ALL OTHER NATIONAL ISRAELITE SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS SHALL BE ESTABLISHED EXCLUSIVELY UNDER THE AUTHORITY & RIGHTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INTERNATIONAL LAWS OF ETHNIC NATIONALISM & NATIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION & WILL BE ESTABLISHED BY THE NATIONAL INDIGENOUS / NEGRO / ISRAELITE UNITARY GOVERNMENT SOVEREIGNTY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

HEAD OF THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE GOVERNMENT:

HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY; PRESIDENT / CHIEF JUSTICE; KING-DAVID  YAHQUB-YSRYAHEL
(EMPEROR YAHUDAH)
UNDER THE MOST HIGH SALVATIONAL KING OF OF ALL MANKIND;

THE ETERNAL MESSIYAH YAHSHYAH.

ALL PRAISES TO THE MOST HIGH ALMIGHTY HEAVENLY FATHER GOD OF ALL CREATION;

THE 4EVERGLORIOUS YAHAYAH.. HALLELLUYAH!!!

 

PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE GOVERNMENT KING DAVID
THE SALVATIONAL MESSIAH & ISRAELITE GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT KING DAVI

CORPORATE INSTITUTIONS ESTABLISHED BY THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT KING DAVID REINCARNATED:

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The Superior Court of Justice / The National Human Rights Justice Administration & The Federal Bureau of Investigations & Law Enforcement over Social Institutions for The Israelite Government

The National Israelite Institutions of Knowledgeable Education & Prophetic Israelite Biblical Principalities / Economic Development, Infrastructure Advancement, Governing Intelligence & InterGovernmental Relations.

THE INDIGENOUS / NEGRO / ISRAELITE CHILD & FAMILY PROTECTION SERVICES CANADA / CHILD-PARENT CUSTODIAL SAFEHOUSE RESIDENCES

ChildAndFamilyProtectionServicesCanada.com

THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE HEALTH ORGANIZATION

THE NATIONAL BLOCKCHAIN BANKING TRADE / BUSINESS REGULATION ASSOCIATION AUTHORITY INCORPORATING THE CRYPTOCURRENCY REGISTRATION & LICENSING REGULATION ADMINISTRATION OF CANADA

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EscortIndustryRegulationCanada.com

TheNationalIsraeliteSportsLeague.com

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WHO IS THE MOST HIGH RULING POWER OF THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE GOVERNMENT SOVEREIGNTY CONSTITUTION?

1. THE MOST HIGH ALMIGHTY HEAVENLY FATHER GOD OF ALL CREATION: THE 4EVERGLORIOUS ETERNAL CREATOR OF ALL EXISTENCE; YAHAYAH

2. THE SALVATIONAL KING OF ALL MANKIND & RULER OVER THE ANGELS OF HEAVEN; THE HEAVENLY ETERNAL MESSIYAH YAHSHYAH

3. THE PROPHETIC ISRAELITE PROPHETS WHO WROTE THE ANCIENT HEBREW SCRIPTURES (THE ANCIENT ISRAELITE BIBLE / TORAH); THE CHOSEN ISRAELITE PROPHETS WHO INTERACTED DIRECTLY WITH THE HEAVENLY ANGELS OF THE MOST HIGH HEAVENLY GOD YAHAYAH.

4. THE ISRAELITE DISCIPLES WHO LIVED & TOOK DIRECT RULERSHIP GUIDANCE FROM THE ETERNAL SACRIFICIAL ISRAELITE MESSIYAH YAHSHYAH THE SAVIOUR AS THEY WROTE THE NEW TESTAMENT BASED ON THE LIFE & TESTIMONY OF THE MESSIAH EXCLUSIVELY.

WHO IS THE HIGHEST AUTHORITY OF THE ISRAELITE GOVERNMENT CONSTITUTION TODAY?

HIGHEST RANK OF THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE UNITARY GOVERNMENT IS THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT, WHICH IS OFFICIALLY GOVERNED BY THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE ISRAELITE UNITARY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT SOVEREIGNTY: "HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY; PRESIDENT / CHIEF JUSTICE; KING DAVID YAHQUB-YSRYAHEL (EMPEROR YAHUDAH)" - APPOINTED KING, PRESIDENT & CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE MOST HIGH SUPREME ISRAELITE COURT OF JUSTICE, WHO MAKES ALL DECISIONS CONCERNING LAWS OF THE NATIONAL ISRAELITE GOVERNMENT CONSTITUTION GUIDED BY THE ADVICE / DECISIONS, JUDGEMENTS, SENTENCES & VERDICTS DECIDED AMONGST THE CONGREGATION OF ISRAELITE PRIESTS / JUDGES / DEACONS, LEADERS & ELDERS APPOINTED BY THE KING (THE PRESIDENT) TO ASSIST HIM WITH EXECUTING JUST / RIGHTEOUS JUDGEMENTS IN ALL MATTERS REGARDING LAW & ORDER, AS ORDAINED IN THE ISRAELITE BIBLE, WHICH IS THE FOUNDATION OF THE ISRAELITE CONSTITUTION THAT LEADS TO THE ETERNAL KINGDOM OF THE ISRAELITE HEAVEN.

 

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WHAT ARE THE DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES OF A KING?

The roles of a King was to protect the kingdom, increase the wealth and trade of the kingdom, as well as to take care of the poor redistributing the tribute paid as necessary.

What are the rights of a king?

The divine right of kings, or divine-right theory of kingship, is a political and religious doctrine of royal and political legitimacy. It asserts that a monarch is subject to no earthly authority, deriving his right to rule directly from the will of God.

What does a king represent?

The King represents and embodies not the State, which is the apparatus of power, but the Nation, which some may prefer to call the People. ... He does so in order to empower, protect, motivate and encourage the social, economic and cultural development of the people & the many microcosms to be found in any country.

What is a king in the Old Testament?

The Kings of Judah were the monarchs who ruled over the ancient Kingdom of Judah. According to the biblical account, this kingdom was founded after the death of Saul, when the tribe of Judah elevated King David to rule over it. ... The Kingdom of The House of David continued when David became king of the reunited Kingdom of Israel.
(now being re-established for the 1st time since the Bible was written & shall be completed once The Messiah Returns to gather all of The Remnant of The 12 Tribes of Israel into Eternity)

What are the roles & responsibilities of a Government?

  • Support, defend & enforce the Constitution for the democracy / liberation of the people.
  • Stay informed & exercise lawful order over the issues affecting their communities.
  • Participate & execute authority in the democracy / liberation of it's people.
  • To exercise authority over the order of social institutions as well as the economic development & advancement process.
  • To respect, establish & enforce federal, state, and local laws.
  • Respect the rights, beliefs, and opinions of others within a just society.
  • To govern over the fundamental principles of social justice & lawful order within a society.
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WHAT ARE THE DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES OF A PRESIDENT?

The president was vested with a variety of duties and powers, including negotiating treaties with foreign governments, signing into law or vetoing legislation passed by Congress, appointing high-ranking members of the executive and all judges of the federal judiciary, and serving as commander in chief of the military armed forces in any case of declarations of war.

The President is responsible for implementing and enforcing the laws written by Congress and, to that end, appoints the heads of the federal agencies, including the Cabinet. The President also appoints the Chief Justice & judges of the Supreme Court. The President is also the head of the Executive Branch of The Federal Government, while The Vice-President's appointment is to be ready to assume the Presidency should the need arise.

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What is the hierarchy of the the federal government?

The Federal Government is composed of three distinct branches: legislative, executive, and judicial, whose powers are vested by the Constitution in the Congress, the President, and the Federal courts, respectively.

Our National Israelite Government is A Unitary Government

What are the similarities and differences between a unitary government and a federal government system?
In a unitary system, the central government has all the power. In a federal system, some powers are given to the central government and other powers are given to the lower levels of government (provinces or states).

What is the difference between unitary and federal systems?

In a federal form of government, the central government shares its powers with the various constituent units of the country. For example, in The U.S, power is divided between the Federal government at the Centre and the various State governments. In a unitary form of government, all the power is exercised by only one government.

What is the highest position in the government?

The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is the highest ranking official in the judicial branch of the Federal government.
Who is above the President of the United States?
The Secretary-General of the United Nations which means he is technically the President of the World, since the United Nations is the closest thing to a body that governs the world.

What rank is above the president?

Who has power over the president?
The Constitution explicitly assigns the president the power to sign or veto legislation, command the armed forces, ask for the written opinion of their Cabinet, convene or adjourn Congress, grant reprieves and pardons, and receive ambassadors.
Which is more powerful the president or Congress?
The authors of the Constitution expected the greater power to lie with Congress but The impeachment of President's made the presidency much less powerful than Congress.

U.S. Congress in relation to the president and Supreme Court ...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org › wiki › U.S._Congress_in_relation_to_the_presid...
Can the President suspend Congress?
The Supreme Court ruled that Congress may suspend the privilege if it deems it necessary. ... The Court found that "[t]he Congress is the legislative department of the government; the president is the executive department.
In which instance would the Supreme Court have original jurisdiction?
In all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court shall have original Jurisdiction.

Can you appeal a state Supreme Court decision?

As noted above, the U.S. Supreme Court may hear appeals from state supreme courts only if there is a question of law under the United States Constitution (which includes issues arising from federal treaties, statutes, or regulations), and those appeals are heard at the Court's sole discretion (that is, only if the ...

Can Supreme Court make laws?

The Supreme Court functions as a last resort tribunal. Its rulings cannot be appealed. It also decides on cases dealing with the interpretation of the constitution (for example, it can overturn a law passed by Congress if it deems it unconstitutional).

Supreme court - Wikipedia

https://en.m.wikipedia.org › wiki › Supreme_court
Can you appeal directly to the Supreme Court?
In the Supreme Court, review in most cases is available only if the Court exercises its discretion and grants a writ of certiorari. In tort, equity, or other civil matters either party to a previous case may file an appeal. In criminal matters, however, the state or prosecution generally has no appeal "as of right".

Can you appeal directly to the Supreme Court?

Can the Supreme Court review state decisions?
It is now well established that the Supreme Court may review decisions of state courts that involve federal law. The Supreme Court also has reviewed actions of the federal executive branch to determine whether those actions were authorized by acts of Congress or were beyond the authority granted by Congress.

Judicial review in the United States - Wikipedia

https://en.m.wikipedia.org › wiki › Judicial_review_in_the_United_States

 Can the Supreme Court review state decisions / Judgements?

Can Supreme Court change the Constitution?
Amendments may be proposed either by the Congress with a two-thirds vote in both the House of Representatives and the Senate or by a convention of states called for by two-thirds of the state legislatures.
Can the Supreme Court overrule Parliament?
As the highest organ of government the parliament holds supreme legislative power and can override a presidential veto and alter the constitution. There is no constitutional court and the supreme court does not have an explicit right to declare a law unconstitutional.

Parliamentary sovereignty - Wikipedia

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What kind of cases go to the Supreme Court?
It also has ultimate appellate jurisdiction over all federal court and state court cases that involve a point of constitutional or statutory law. Most of the cases the Supreme Court hears are appeals from lower courts.
What is procedural due process and how is it guaranteed in the Constitution?
The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution each contain a due process clause. Due process deals with the administration of justice and thus the due process clause acts as a safeguard from arbitrary denial of life, liberty, or property by the government outside the sanction of law.
Can the Supreme Court overrule the Constitution?
Therefore, the Supreme Court has the final say in matters involving federal law, including constitutional interpretation, and can overrule decisions by state courts. ... The Court therefore held that Maryland's tax on the bank was unconstitutional because the tax violated the Supremacy Clause.
What exactly does the Supreme Court do?
The Supreme Court functions as a last resort tribunal. Its rulings cannot be appealed. It also decides on cases dealing with the interpretation of the constitution (for example, it can overturn a law passed by Congress if it deems it unconstitutional).

Supreme court - Wikipedia

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When has the Supreme Court declared a law unconstitutional?
What are the appellate powers of the Supreme Court?
Under Article Three of the United States Constitution, the judicial power of the United States is vested in the Supreme Court of the United States and the inferior courts established by law. The Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure govern appellate proceedings.
Who enforces federal laws?
It has handled most law enforcement duties at the federal level. It includes the United States Marshals Service (USMS), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), and others.
What happens when a law is declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court?
When the proper court determines that a legislative act (a law) conflicts with the constitution, it finds that law unconstitutional and declares it void in whole or in part. This is called judicial review. ... Thus, national constitutions typically apply only to government actions.

People also ask

Who is the highest government official?
Supreme Court—The Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States. The Justices of the Supreme Court are nominated by the president and must be approved by the Senate.Jul 8, 2019

Branches of the Government

https://www.usa.gov › branches-of-government
What is the highest position in government?
The head of government is either the highest or second highest official in the executive branch of a sovereign state, a federated state, or a self-governing colony, who often presides over a cabinet, a group of ministers or secretaries who lead executive departments.

Head of government - Wikipedia

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What are the 15 cabinet positions?
The Cabinet includes the Vice President and the heads of 15 executive departments — the Secretaries of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Interior, Labor, State, Transportation, Treasury, and Veterans Affairs, as well as the ...

The Cabinet | whitehouse.gov

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Who is the highest ranking official in Canada?
What is the highest-ranking government position in Canada? Canada's Head of State is the Queen, represented by the Governor General. The Governor General is appointed by the Queen on the advice of Canada's Prime Minister. The Governor General's main role is to represent the Crown in Canada.Nov 8, 2003

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What is the order of government officials?
The line of succession follows the order of vice president, speaker of the House of Representatives, president pro tempore of the Senate, and then the eligible heads of federal executive departments who form the president's Cabinet.
Who is more powerful governor general or prime minister?
"Who has more power, the Governor-General or the Prime Minister?" It is not possible to say whether the Governor-General or the Prime Minister is more powerful as they have different powers and roles to perform. ... This means that the Governor-General has been given certain powers to act on behalf of the Queen.
Can the Queen dismiss the prime minister?
The Governor-General may dismiss an incumbent Prime Minister and Cabinet, an individual Minister, or any other official who holds office "during the Queen's pleasure" or "during the Governor-General's pleasure". ... A Governor-General can also refuse a Prime Minister's request to dissolve Parliament and hold elections.

Reserve power - Wikipedia

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Can the Governor General overrule the prime minister?
The Senate retains the power to block supply; the Governor-General retains the power to dismiss ministers (including the Prime Minister). However, these powers have not since been used to force a government from office.

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What is the difference between judge and chief justice?
Summary: 1.A judge is a public officer who presides over a lower court of law while a justice may be a member of the Supreme Court or someone who holds other functions at the lower court. 2.A judge may be appointed by the executive branch of government through the Attorney General while a justice is elected.Jun 4, 2011

Difference Between Justice and Judge | Difference Between

 

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What is the difference between federal judges and Supreme Court justices?
Parties in those cases can appeal a judge's decision to justices in higher courts. Justices are found on a state's Appeals Court and Supreme Court. A higher court justice can either be elected or appointed. ... Justices do not hold trials, but review documentation from the lower courts before making decisions.

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Do you call a judge Sir or Your Honor?
Why are judges called your honor?
What do presidents look for in selecting a Supreme Court justice?
Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution, known as the Appointments Clause, empowers the president to nominate and, with the confirmation (advice and consent) of the United States Senate, to appoint public officials, including justices of the Supreme Court.

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What is the role of a Chief Justice?
As primary duties, the chief justice presides over oral arguments before the Supreme Court and sets the agenda for the court's meetings. When voting with the majority in a case decided by the Supreme Court, the chief justice may choose to write the Court's opinion or to assign the task to one of the associate justices.
What is meaning of chief justice?
A Chief Justice is the most important judge of a court of law, especially a supreme court.

Chief Justice definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

 

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What are the duties of a chief justice?
As chief justice, King-David is responsible for running the court, both judicially and administratively. On the judicial side, the chief justice presides over the Supreme Court's private conferences, in which the justices decide which cases to hear and then resolve the cases on the merits.Nov 17, 2017
Who decides Supreme Court judge?
Like the Associate Justices, the Chief Justice is appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. There is no requirement that the Chief Justice serve as an Associate Justice, but 5 of the 17 Chief Justices have served on the Court as Associate Justices prior to becoming Chief Justice.

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What are the 3 types of state courts?
What are the four layers of the typical state court system?
Outline the four layers of a typical state court system. A typical state court system includes lower courts (trial courts of limited jurisdiction), major trial courts (trial courts of general jurisdiction), intermediate appellate courts, and the most high supreme court of overruling all courts as a last resort.

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What are the 3 duties of the Chief Justice?
Other duties

The chief justice also: Serves as the head of the federal judiciary. Serves as the head of the Judicial Conference of the Government,

the chief administrative body of the Government federal courts.
What are the duties of the Supreme Court?
The Supreme Court functions as a last resort tribunal. Its rulings cannot be appealed. It also decides on cases dealing with the interpretation of the constitution (for example, it can overturn a law passed by Congress if it deems it unconstitutional).

Supreme court - Wikipedia

Can Supreme Court overrule President?
In 1935, the Supreme Court overturned five of President Franklin Roosevelt's executive orders (6199, 6204, 6256, 6284, 6855). ... In the case of the former, the president retains the power to veto such a decision; however, the Congress may override a veto with a two-thirds majority to end an executive order.
Do states have to follow Supreme Court decisions?
On matters of state law, the decisions of a state supreme court are considered final and binding on state and even United States federal courts. Generally, the state supreme court, like most appellate tribunals, is exclusively for hearing appeals of legal issues.
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