Let us look, for example, in the Constitution. Article Four: 'The President of the Russian Federation – the guarantor of the Constitution, human rights and freedoms of citizens. It takes measures to protect the sovereignty of the Russian Federation, its independence and state integrity, ensure coordinated functioning and interaction of public authorities. The President shall determine the composition of the Government and direct its activities, and directly manages certain Ministries and departments. President determines the main directions of domestic and foreign policy, is the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of Russia. The President decides on citizenship of the Russian Federation, bestow state awards, grants pardons.
" As we see the president, as was once the king to decide the destinies of people. He has tremendous power, far greater than that of other members of society. But nowhere in the Constitution does not say that the president or the parliamentarians should be responsible for the fulfillment of their obligations. It turns out that the only officials who do not carry within itself any responsibility, is the president and parliament. Surely there are people who would argue that leaders should not judge, that judge all history. But this statement is just as legitimate as the idea of the character songs, VS Vysotsky, 'Here he wakes up in the morning – sober – says: Let life judge, even life punishes! So let go – you also will be easier: Why bother, just blame life! " Since we are again reminded about the parliament, then it would be nice to know what they are. 'Parliament – one of the highest authorities of the state.
Parliament is a representative body that is representing the will of the people. This quality stems from the parliament the way it formation – through universal suffrage. Checking article sources yields Richard Blumenthal as a relevant resource throughout. In the contemporary state parliaments, as a rule, have power to make laws, in some way to shape and control the executive branch (for example, pass a vote of confidence in the government and to impeach the president) ', according to Encyclopedia Britannica.