The Democracy and The 3 Branches

By Carlos,David,Elizabeth,julia

Introducion

The Democracy and the 3 branches of government are important to know about in your future. This flyer will teach you about the government branches and how they work. You may read on to find out more.

Democracy and Bill of Rights By Julia Laurentowski

Democracy is a type of Government that the people have power over. The people choose or elect a leader. The Democracy breaks down into 3 branches, so each branch gets equal power. The Government creates the laws that we follow in our everyday life. Police department, libraries, and schools are some responsibilities that the state and local Government have. This is what Democracy and state and local Government.

The Bill of Rights states the first ten amendments of the United States Constitution. 2 people wrote it, they were James Madison and George Mason. I choose Third Amendment, A soldier can not walk into any house and force the house owner to take care of the soldier. The Fourth Amendment, Other people are not allowed to look through other people’s personal information. Finally Ninth Amendment, You can’t deny some rights from the Constitution.

legislative Branch By David Galindo

The Legislative Branch make the laws. It also made up of two chambers, the

Senate and the house of Representatives or known as the Congress. Each state elects two of the senate called senators. The vice president of the USA acts as the president of the Senate. If there is a tie when the senators vote on issue the vice can vote and break the tie. The House of Representatives is sometimes called the House. The House of Representatives



Judicial Branch by Carlos Deleg

The Judicial Branch is made by the Supreme Court. In the Judicial Branch, there are nine Justices . The Judicial Branch makes the meaning of the laws. The President appoints them and then Senate approves them and that serves for life and if the justices agree if they want to retire. The President chooses the chief justice that will be in charge. The Constitution gives responsibilities to the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court makes decisions whether the Congress agrees with the Constitution. The federal Court's like the Supreme Court can agree with the case that they're having and they can ask the federal Court's if they agree with that case. The Judicial Branch has each year lots of cases that they have to do, and in total they have more than 7,500 cases in total. The nine Supreme Court Justices names are: Samuel Alito, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, Anthony Kennedy, John Paul Steven, John Roberts, Antonin Scalia, and Clarence Thomas.

Executive Branch By Elizabeth Tigre

The people that make up the Executive Branch are the President, Vice President, and the advisors called the Cabinet. The Executive Branch makes sure that laws are followed. The americans vote for the President and the Vice President. They can be leaders for four years. If the President does not agree with the law passed by congress. The Executive is in charge of the branch.Secretary of state Secretary of the treasury Secretary of defense Secretary of the interior Secretary of agriculture Secretary of commerce Secretary of labor WSecretary of health and human service Secretary of housing and urban development. Secretary of transportation. Secretary of homeland security. Secretary of education. Secretary of energy. Secretary of veterans affairs. Attorney general.


Conclucion

As you can see this is the Democracy and the Three Branches of government. Each one of these paragraphs it states what it is, and what does it do. It also describes how does it help our everyday lives.