"Are all members of the government or just the cabinet members considered a part of the Executive government?"

All members of the party or coalition of parties that have formed government are members of the government. Only the Prime Minister andĀ ministers are part of the executive government.

The Australian Constitution gives the Queen executive power; in reality, it is the Prime Minister and ministers who perform the work of the executive government. No more than 30 ministers can be part of the ministry.

The Executive has the power to put the law into action. The Prime Minister and top-level ministers (Cabinet):

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