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The constitution of North Carolina, which declares "that the legislative, executive, and supreme judicial powers of government ought to be forever separate and distinct from each other," refers, at the same time, to the legislative department, the appointment not only of the executive chief, but all the principal officers within both that and the judiciary department.
But if I feel as a President that I have to preserve my country, I will declare martial law.
July 28: Austria declares war on Serbia which causes Russia to mobilise its troops.
But according to the Constitution, only Congress may declare war.
Even the tightness of the presidential race may not mean that Californians' votes will matter - the networks' news divisions are expecting to be able to declare a winner before polls close on the West Coast.
What the tenants tried to do in this particular lawsuit, Rozenholc said, was to stop the sponsors from submitting the amendment to declare the plan effective.