Executive Branch

Executive Branch Definition:

The executive branch is the administrative arm of government (and thus also called the 'administration' or the 'administrative branch of government'); the one with the most employees as it operates, implements and enforces all the laws created by the Legislative Branch, and as interpreted, from time to time, by the Judicial Branch.

Related Terms: Legislative Branch,… Judicial Branch, Government

See also: Democracy, World Executive, World Administration, Integrative Complex, Omneemonahrk

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