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Council of Ministers

"Council of Ministers" is the name given to the supreme parliamentary governments. The term is usually equivalent to the word "cabinet". Councils of Ministers are usually composed of those ministers who are responsible for a ministry, and are usually led by the President of the Council of Ministers, a term that is usually translated as "Prime Minister".

List of Councils of Ministers

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