I choose the Executive and Judicial Branches. The Executive Branch makes new laws. The Judicial Branch makes sure the Executive Branch doesn't gain too much power. The Executive Branch and Legislative Branch check the power on the Judicial Branch so it doesn't gain too much power. The Executive Branch enforces the laws of congress and makes upholds to the constitution.
The Judicial Branch preserves in the system of checks and balances. The Judicial Branch leads to the supreme court. It's the most powerful court. There are nine judges. The Judicial Branch also helps preserve in checks and balances. The Judicial Branch is the most powerful.
Compare and Contrast
The Judicial Branch and Executive Branch are both branches of Government. They're different because the Judicial Branch is in charge of the supreme court. The Executive Branch is the president. They're the same because they both have a lot of power. They're different because they have different powers of government.
This is the difference and similarities of Government.