Is there any regulation which denies a person the right to be US President and Supreme Court Justice simultaneously?
#121248. Asked by shimonbentzvi. (Apr 28 11 10:58 AM)
I am not familiar with the U. S constitution but I believe that in all modern democracies is in force the the most basic political doctrine; "The Separation of powers" , according to which the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the United States government are kept distinct in order to prevent abuse of power. The executive power is vested in a President of the United States of America. While the Supreme Court judges hold the judicial power.
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