Questions about executive branches or executive functions of governments. Please use with the tag for the relevant country.
The executive branch is the branch of government which executes laws. Other branches of government are the legislature which makes laws and the judiciary which decides whether or not laws were followed correctly.
The following people may be part of a country's executive branch (depending on the country and system): head-of-state, prime-minister and certain ministers. For more information, consult the relevant Wikipedia page.