What are the functions of Permanent Executive ( IAS ) answer in 5 points

Social Science :  Working of Institutions

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  1. The principal functions of the executive are as follows:

    • The executive is the branch of government responsible for the implementation of laws and policies adopted by the legislature. 
    • The executive is often involved in the framing of policy. 
    • The official designations of the executive vary from country to country. 
    • Some countries have presidents, while others have chancellors. 
    • The executive branch is not just about presidents, prime ministers and ministers. It also extends to the administrative machinery (civil servants).
    • While the heads of government and their ministers, saddled with the overall responsibility of government policy, are together known as the political executive, those responsible for the day-to-day administration are called the permanent executive.