Preventing Presidential Disability Within the Existing Framework of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment2017 – University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review
Section 3 of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment allows for a President to voluntarily transfer the power of his office to the Vice President during periods of presidential inability. Section 4 of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment allows for the Vice President and a majority of the cabinet to involuntarily remove the President if he is incapable or unwilling to acknowledge that he is unable to discharge the powers of his office. This article will examine the shortcomings of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment and how to improve it responsibly within the existing legal framework.
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