EXECUTIVE BRANCH

EXECUTES THE LAWS

DEFINITION

The Executive Branch is the part of government that carries out, or executes the laws. The two main and important parts of the Executive Branch is the President and the White house. In the Executive Branch the president is known as the Chief Executive.

WHY IS THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH IMPORTANT?

If there was no such thing as the Executive Branch, then who would enforce the laws? Just think about not having any laws...the world would be chaos! Laws are made not to be controlling but to keep everyone safe. For example if a criminal was to shoot an innocent guy for no good he would go to jail. but if we didnt have laws the criminal would be free and putting everyone in danger.thats why the Executive branch is the most important branch of government because it enforces the laws.