ARTICLE II: The Executive Branch of the Federal Government
Executive power shall be invested in the President of the United States. His or her term of office will be four years, the same 4-year period in which Federal Legislators are elected. The president will choose a Vice President who will serve in the President's absence.
Presidents will be selected through the Instant Runoff Voting method. The 7 largest national political parties will have primaries beforehand in order to pick a presidential candidate. Presidential voting should occur over a weekend on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday to make it more convenient for voters. Presidential debates must include all of the top 7 political parties. In early stages of the official political party presentations and town hall meetings, any national political party that has at least 1% of the eligible voters, has a right to share its viewpoints in an official public format.
If a president resigns, dies, is impeached, or is unable to hold the office, then the vice president will replace him. If the vice president is unable to serve at that time, the order of succession will be the Speaker of the House and then the Secretary of State.
The president's salary shall be 3 times the federal minimum wage. The president cannot accept money, expensive gifts, or fringe benefits from citizens or corporate lobbyists before, during, or after his or her term of office. Such money or gifts would bias his or her decisions.
The president shall be Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the United States and also of the National Guard of each state. The President cannot execute troops on a moment's notice unless there is a national emergency.
The president cannot make a declaration of war, unless 60% of the Federal Congress approves. All past executive orders or presidential directives made by presidents must be fully disclosed, simplified, and clarified. Then they must be re-written by Congress and approved by a majority of the Congress. It will now be considered unconstitutional for a President to implement executive orders or presidential directives, unless the members of the Federal Congress have examined, rewritten, and approved of them beforehand with a 51% majority. Then they can be added to the federal statutes and summarized for the American people.
ARTICLE III: The Judicial Branch of the Federal Government