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What is the responsibility of the executive branch?


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2010-03-11 15:40:16
2010-03-11 15:40:16

Carry out the laws made by the country or the state.


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The power of the Executive branch is to enforce laws enacted by the Legislative branch.

The primary responsibility of the executive branch of government is the enforcement of laws.

In the United States, the executive branch has the responsibility for enforcing laws.

The power of the executive branch is enforce the laws,the power of the legislative branch is to make laws, and the power of the judicial branch is to interpret the laws

The judicial branch does not carry out the laws; that's the responsibility of the executive branch.

The executive branch's primary role is to enforce laws passed by Congress

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The executive branch of the United States government has the most responsibility for handling foreign policy. The executive branch consists of the president, Cabinet, and independent agencies.

Executive powers are outlined in the Constitution. The executive branch of the government executes the law and has sole responsibility and authority for the administration of the country.

In the executive branch of the government the ULTIMATE responsibility lies with the chief executive. In the US federal government that would be the President - in a state government, the Governor - in a municipal government, the Mayor.

- Enforcing laws passed by Congress [Executive Branch]

According to the Constitution, Executive branch responsibility is to execute and implement policies after it becomes a law (Bills passed by Congress). The President has the power to veto Bills though.

Legislative Branch-To make the laws. Executive Branch-To pass the laws. Judicial Branch-To enforce the law.

The Legislative branch makes the laws, Judicial interprets the laws and what the fitting consequences should be and the Executive branch enforces the law.

None. The Judicial Branch has no enforcement power. Their responsibility is to interpret and apply the law and ensure laws, executive orders and treaties are constitutional. The Executive Branch is responsible for enforcing the law.

I'm pretty sure that is the responsibility of the entire executive branch.

There are three main branches of government in the United States, the executive, the legislative, and the judicial branches of government. The main responsibility of the legislative branch of government is to write and pass laws.

The executive branch of the federal government of the United States of America has primary responsibility for conducting foreign affairs. The Department of State within that branch is the agency that carries out the foreign policy of the Executive branch.

The executive branch primarily enforces the laws that Congress passes, as long as the judicial branch finds those laws to be constitutional. The executive branch also has a duty to provide protection against enemies for the 50 individual states, and to regulate commerce between and among the 50 states. At least, that is what it is supposed to do.

The President is the head of the executive branch and IS the executive branch. This is why when he gives an order, it is called an executive order.

No, the Executive Branch enforces the federal laws through the agencies that fall under it (FBI, NSA, etc) The Judicial Branch interprets the the U.S Constitution to set new laws into a legal standard.

the president is in charge of the executive branch

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