Executive Branch

The Executive Branch is in charge of the administration of the government. Its purpose is to execute, enforce and administer the laws that Congress passes. The executive branch runs the government on a day to day basis. The president is head of the executive branch. As president, he/she negotiates treaties, and acts as head commander of the armed forces.

Examples

1.The executive branch appoints justices of the judicial branch.

2.Has the power to replace the supreme court justices that have passes.

3.The executive branch can decide who to prosecute.

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