The executive branch’s powers under the Russian Federation Constitution are heavily influenced by autocratic roots and authoritarian governance. The abilities of the Russian President to initiate legislation in the State Duma, issue decrees with the force of law, and act as judicial manner ensures that a strong executive will continue to be a prominent feature of Russian governance. As Russia mo...
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... to appointing the Prime Minister the President may also appoint and remove deputy ministers of the government and all ministers below without Duma approval. The Russian Constitution establishes the President as the guarantor of the Russian Federation Constitution and the rights of citizens and man. Additionally, the Russian President is formally recognized as the Head of State and the representative of Russia in international affairs. Presidential authority includes the right to establish the internal and external policy of state power. Moreover, the President has the final word on establishing the structure of executive power. The Prime minister must submit proposals to the President on the structure of the federal bodies of executive power and candidates for the posts of Deputy Chairmen of the Government of the Russian Federation and federal ministries.
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