The executive brand of a government is responsible for implementing and executing laws passed by the legislative branch of government. In addition, the executive branch must interpret ambiguous laws.
While the role of the executive branch may seem more limited than the legislative branch, those who work in it often have a wide range of responsibilities. For example, a law requiring the creation of a police force requires the members of the executive branch to decide how to run the force, how to hire officers and how to handle arrested subjects. The way in which the executive branch deals with details has a profound effect on the laws passed by the legislative branch.