In the United Kingdom members of the executive are recruited from Parliament , whereas in the USA and France no one may be simultaneously a member of the government and of the legislature . In many systems the term “executive” covers both the elected political and the non-elected bureaucratic parts of government . There are various types of executive , but the most important in modern democratic systems are presidential government , quasi-presidential , as in France , and cabinet government . There is ambi–guity , theoretical as well as empirical , as to how extensive the executive is --- should it be used to refer only to the political heads of the state apparatus , does it include for example , the civil service ? Oddly it is perhaps best defined negatively --- the executive is that part of the organized and official political system which is not the legislature and is not the judiciary .
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- 河小豚Lv 710 年前最佳解答
奇怪它也許最好定義產生負面 — — 行政機關是有組織和官方的不是立法機關和司法機關不是政治體制的一部分。