Can you list all the responsibilities of federal government?
The Executive government graphic.
Parliamentary Education Office (peo.gov.au)
In this graphic the Executive is represented by a group of different types of people. The Executive includes the Prime Minister and ministers and has the power to put law into action.
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The Australian Government has many responsibilities!
The responsibilities of the Australian Government include:
- developing national policy; for example, plans for managing trade, foreign affairs, immigration and the environment.
- introducing bills – ideas for new laws – into the Australian Parliament.
- putting laws into action, through government departments.
- making important decisions on behalf of Australians, such as whether or not to send Australian troops to war zones.
- representing Australia overseas, through key spokespersons such as the Prime Minister and the Minister for Foreign Affairs.