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Civil service under the presidential or confederation or Nigerianism [sic] system of government

E. C. Nkemadu

Civil service under the presidential or confederation or Nigerianism [sic] system of government

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Published by Star Print. and Pub. Co. in Enugu .
Written in English

  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Civil service -- Nigeria.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesCivil service under the presidential or confederation or Nigerian system of government.
      Statementby E.C. Nkemadu.
      LC ClassificationsJQ3092 .N57 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination28 p. :
      Number of Pages28
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1617689M
      LC Control Number91160425

        The Confederation government couldn’t help settle Revolutionary War-era debts. The central government and the states owed huge debts to European countries and investors. Without the power to tax, and with no power to make trade between the states and other countries viable, the United States was in an economic mess by The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria ushered in a Presidential System of government relatively patterned after the system in the United States of America. Whereas the American system is based on a pure federalism where the federating units enjoy a wide autonomy from the Central Government in D.C. Washington, the Nigerian. How these issues were fixed in the Constitution: Problems with the Articles of Confederation Trade Issues Domestic Economy Issues Congress could not negotiate trade with foreign nations. Each state had the responsibility to manage its own trade agreements. Furthermore, Congress. Describe our political system. under the Articles of Confederation. What were the inherent problems with the Articles? What factors generated the need to replace this system of government? What were the essential differences between the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution that we adopted?

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Civil service under the presidential or confederation or Nigerianism [sic] system of government by E. C. Nkemadu Download PDF EPUB FB2

A confederation (also known as a confederacy or league) is a union of sovereign groups or states, united for purposes of common action.

Usually created by a treaty, confederations of states tend to be established for dealing with critical issues, such as Civil service under the presidential or confederation or Nigerianism [sic] system of government book, foreign relations, internal trade or currency, with the general government being required to provide support for all its members.

Compared to government under the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution I. can more easily be amended II. created a federal republic III. called for separation of powers among three branches of government IV.

created a league of friendship among the states a) Civil service under the presidential or confederation or Nigerianism [sic] system of government book only b) I and III only c) II and IV only d) I, II, Civil service under the presidential or confederation or Nigerianism [sic] system of government book III only e) I, II, III.

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any power not explicitly stated that belongs to Congress goes to the. Under the Articles, the states retained sovereignty over all governmental functions not specifically relinquished to the national government.

On Ja day after appointing a committee to prepare a draft of the Declaration of Independence, the Second Continental Congress resolved to appoint a committee of thirteen to prepare a draft. cadre of the country’s civil service.

Under military regime the civil service had, for the best part, combined political and bureaucratic roles. The return to a democratic administration implied the shedding of the role of policy articulation. Presidential Democracy equally imposes additional context. o assure an equitable distribution of wealth.

O B. To stimulate economic growth by making it less expensive for producers to get loans. O c. To manage the economy by increasing or decreasing the amount of loans being made. To make sure that government spending does not result in either a. The Articles of Confederation was the first Constitution of the United States and was in operation from to It united the newly created states and provided an important foundation for.

The Constitution created a government very different than the government under the Articles of Confederation because the principles—separation of powers, federalism, and checks and balances—were applied differently.

the federal government has dramatically il-lustrated the need for the establishment of a genuine career service in the federal gov-ernment.

The development of a career serv-ice necessitates a clear definition of the code of conduct of the career employee toward his political superior under our system of party government.

Foundations of Career. The Articles of Confederation was the first system of government that was proposed and put into effect. This attempt at creating a system that protected the people form a strong central government ultimately failed but was an important step in the development of the current government system.

the Articles of Confederation and the US. Confederation on Novem Ratified on May 1, the Articles of Confederation established a system of government that the American founders believed would avoid the problems faced by the colonies under British rule.

Because colonial rule left the founders with a. Under the Articles of Confederation, the national government could a. run the post office, but not very well.

Regulate Commerce b. levy taxes. Establish a national judicial system e. None of the above. John Hancock was elected to the position of “president” under the Articles, but he did not even show up for the job because a. Parliamentary vs Presidential Systems of Government.

depends on its institutional ements of representation, schemes for the separation of powers and oversight, and the like all vary under different forms of democracies.

Most existing democracies today are either presidential or parliamentary in form; many governments are semi or hybrid in either presidentialism or parliamentarism. Civil Service comprises the Fe deral civil service an d the other civil services in t hree regions (West, eas t and North) and later be tween the Federal civil service and t hat of the twelve.

Under the Articles of Confederation, the national government consisted of a lawmaking body of one house, called Congress and was example of a unitary or one body governing political system.

The states sent representatives to Congress. Each state had one vote in Congress, regardless of the number of people living in the Size: KB. The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union was an agreement among the 13 original states of the United States of America that served as its first constitution.

It was approved, after much debate (between July and November ), by the Second Continental Congress on Novemand sent to the states for Articles of Confederation came into force on March 1 Author(s): Continental Congress.

During that period, the former colonists successfully fought the War of Independence and established a government under the Articles of the Confederation. Disenchanted with the deficiencies of the Articles of Confederation, delegates drafted and the states ratified a new Constitution that created a federal system of government.

One of the key problems under the Articles of Confederation was that A. there was no provision for a judicial system to handle disputes between the states. the judiciary was too powerful. the Congress forced trade agreements between the states.

the national government was too powerful. the Congress was taxing the states too heavily. Articles of Confederation First National Government for the U.S. “a firm league of friendship” among States Effective as of March 1, until 7. Constitution government and balances Focuses on will of the people years with amendments.

TextFile Size: KB. The English had run up a crushing debt during the ten years of war and decided the colonists should help pay it.

The colonial militias fought side by side with the French army to defeat England in Articles of Confederation vs. the Constitution The Article of Confederation and the Constitution are two documents that form our constitution, even though one ended up replacing the other. The Article of Confederation which came first was adopted 5th of November in but the thirteen states didn’t ratify it until the 1st of March in The sixteenth section of each township was to be sold for the benefit of the public schools.

This law, which secured the future education of the citizens of the forthcoming states of the Old Northwest, is a good example of how the government under the Articles of Confederation promoted the general welfare. operation of government. March – all states had ratified of the States – one delegate from each state managed the government when Congress was not assembled.

No federal court system. Government Under the Articles. Congress settled disputes among states Analyze how the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation affected. The Ratification Debate Part Three J Posted by Dr.

Robert Owens in Uncategorized. Tags: Anti-Federalists, Articles of Confederation, Constitution, Dr. Robert Owens, Federalists, ratification debate 1 comment so far. Concluding my three part series in celebration of our nation’s th Birthday, we will look at arguments advanced by both sides.

The Articles of Confederation reflected a strong belief in the supremacy of the president the court system state government federal government Log in for more information.

Question. THE Nigerian Civil Service remains the strong engine room of government, regardless of contrary views to this time tested belief. It is indeed. The Articles of Confederation and the U.S. Constitution differed in their systems of government in that ultimate political sovereignty, or power, was located in A.

the states under the Articles and in the federal government under the Constitution B. Congress under the Articles and in. This page is on the Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation.

The story of the founding of the United States of America is unique in all of history. After winning a war against Britain against all odds, the people of the newly free land sought to govern themselves in peace internally and.

What distinguished the Whig model of presidential power from the stewardship model of presidential power. In the Whig model, president are limited to the power explicitly stated in the Constitution The _______ is the departments, agencies, and offices within. Starting in the 's political parties began to manipulate the system for their own goals and the rest is history.

Also, moral entrepreneurs began to use the courts to push through case law that supported their views and subverted the true meaning and spirit of the Constitution. Now the federal government holds the majority of the power. Role of Civil Services in a Democracy permanent and impartial civil service system.

Below listed are the advantages of having an civil services in a democracy which will enable you to build opinion about the roles the civil services can and cannot play in a democracy. Importance of Civil File Size: KB. The Articles of Confederation were put into effect in March ofjust a few months before the victory at Yorktown.

The Articles linked the 13 states together to deal with common problems, but in practice they did little more than provide a legal basis for the limited authority that the Continental Congress was already exercising. The code that must be deciphered and interpreted to forecast the path of national development for Nigeria is the institution of the civil service as the machinery of government.

The civil service. Articles of Confederation The purpose of the Articles of Confederation was to create a confederation of states whereby each state retained "its sovereignty, freedom, and independence, and every power, jurisdiction, and right not expressly delegated to the United States in Congress assembled In other words, every Save Paper; 2 Page; Words.

What power made the government under the constitution more powerful than the government under the Articles. Power to enforce laws: In terms of the structure of Congress, how was the constitution different than the Articles of Confederation.

In the constitution, congress was bicameral whereas the under the Articles it was unicameral. The answer to this question is the Articles of Confederation. The first government of the independent United States was outlined in a document called the Articles of Confederation.

Federalism led to the Civil War because the states thought that the central government was taking their power away. How and why certain presidential campaigns and elections significantly changed American politics and society (e.g., and ).

Quiz: Articles of Confederation Name: _____ To establish the powers of the new national government c) To ask for French support in the American Revolution The fact that Congress, under the Articles of Confederation, had no power tax or regulate commerce the states shows that the new national government was a) weak.

-No power of taxation - Congress could not regulate trade - No national court system The U.S. was already in debt due to the wars fought. Now, since there could be no taxes, the nation continued to have no income of money and to go further into debt.

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When drafting the document, the thirteen states were cautious about creating an overly powerful central government becau.Digital History ID The Articles of Confederation was the United States' first ebook. Proposed by the Continental Congress init was not ratified until The Articles represented a victory for those who favored state sovereignty.

Article 2 stated that "each State retains its sovereignty, freedom and independence, and every.