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Government of Slovenia

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Slovenia

The Government of the Republic of Slovenia (Slovene: Vlada Republike Slovenije) exercises executive authority in Slovenia pursuant to the Constitution and the laws of Slovenia. It is also the highest administrative authority in Slovenia.

It comprises the Prime Minister of Slovenia and 16 ministers, two of them without portfolio.[1] The Prime Minister is Miro Cerar.

The government carries out the country’s domestic and foreign policy, shaped by the National Assembly; it directs and co-ordinates the work of government institutions and bears full responsibility for everything occurring within the authority of executive power. The government, headed by the Prime Minister, thus represents the political leadership of the country and makes decisions in the name of the whole executive power.

The following duties are attributed to the government:

  1. executes the domestic and foreign policies of the state;
  2. directs and co-ordinates the activities of government agencies;
  3. administers the implementation of laws, resolutions of the National Assembly, and legislation of the President of the Republic of Slovenia;
  4. introduces bills, and submits international treaties to the National Assembly for ratification and denunciation;
  5. prepares the draft of the state budget and submits it to the National Assembly, administers the implementation of the state budget and presents a report on the implementation of the state budget to the National Assembly;
  6. issues regulations and orders on the basis of and for the implementation of law;
  7. manages relations with other states;
  8. performs other duties which the Constitution and the laws vest in the Government of the Republic.

List of Governments of Slovenia

Cerar's Government (2014-)

The cabinet was sworn on 18 September 2014.
Prime Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Interior
Minister of Defence
Minister of Finance
Minister of Economic Development and Technology
Minister of Justice
Minister of Public Administration
Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities
Minister of Health
Minister of Education, Science and Sport
Minister of Infrastructure
Minister of Culture
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food
Minister of the Environment and Spatial Planning
Minister without Portfolio responsible for Development, Strategic Projects and Cohesion
Minister without portfolio for Slovenian diaspora

Bratušek's Government (2013-2014)

The cabinet was sworn on 20 March 2013.[2]

Alenka Bratušek's Government in 2013
Prime Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Justice and Public Administration
Minister of Defence
Minister of Finance
Minister of Interior
Minister of Education, Science and Sport
Minister of Culture
Minister of Health
Minister of Economy and Technology
Minister of Agriculture and Environment
Minister of Infrastructure and Urban Planning
Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities
Minister without portfolio for Slovenian diaspora

Janša's Government (2012-2013)

The cabinet was sworn in on 10 February 2012.[3]
Prime Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Justice and Public Administration
Minister of Defence
Minister of Finance
Minister of Interior
Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport
Minister of Social Affairs
Minister of Health
Minister of Economy and Technology
Minister of Agriculture and Environment
Minister of Infrastructure and Urban Planning
Minister without portfolio for Slovenian diaspora

Pahor's Government (2008–2012)

Prime Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Justice
Minister of Defence
Minister of Finance
Minister of Interior
Minister of Education
Minister of Higher Education
Minister of Culture
Minister of Social Affairs
Minister of Health
Minister of Economy
Minister of Agriculture
Minister of Environment
Minister of Transport
Minister of Public Administration
Minister without portfolio
for Local Autonomies and
Regional Development
Minister without portfolio
for Economic Development and
European Affairs
Minister without portfolio
for Slovenian diaspora

Janša's Government (2004–2008)

Prime Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Justice
Minister of Defence
Minister of Finance
Minister of Interior
Minister of Education
Minister of Higher Education
Minister of Culture
Minister of Social Affairs
Minister of Health
Minister of Economy
Minister of Agriculture
Minister of Environment
Minister of Transport
Minister of Public Administration
Minister without portfolio
for Local Autonomies and
Regional Development
Minister without portfolio
for Economic Development

Rop's Government (2002–2004)

Prime Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Justice
Minister of Defence
Minister of Finance
Minister of Interior
Minister of Education
Minister of Culture
Minister of Social Affairs
Minister of Health
Minister of Agriculture
Minister of Environment
Minister of Transport
Minister of Economy
Minister of Legislation
Minister without portfolio
for European Affairs
Minister without portfolio
for Local Autonomies and
Regional Development

Bajuk's Government 2000

Prime Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Justice
Minister of Defence
Minister of Finance
Minister of Interior
Minister of Education
Minister of Culture
Minister of Social Affairs
Minister of Health
Minister of Economy
Minister of Agriculture
Minister of Environment
Minister of Transport
Minister of Economic Relations and Development
Minister of Research
Minister of Legislation

Drnovšek's Governments (1992–2002)

Prime Minister
Vice President of Government
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Justice
Minister of Defence
Minister of Finance
Minister of Interior
Minister of Education
Minister of Culture
Minister of Welfare
Minister of Environment

Peterle's Government (1990–1992)

Prime Minister
Vice President of Government for Economic Coordination
Secretary of International Cooperation (Foreign Affairs)
Secretary of Interior
Secretary of Justice
Secretary of People's Defence
Secretary of Finance
Secretary of Education
Secretary of Culture
Secretary of Social Affairs
Secretary of Health
Secretary of Industry
Secretary of Agriculture
Secretary of Environment
Secretary of Transport
Secretary of Research and Technology
Secretary of Information

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References

  1. ^ Vuk Dirnberk, Vojka; Tomaž Valantič. ]Statistical Portrait of Slovenia in the EU 2010 [Statistični portret Slovenije v EU 2010 (in Slovene, English). Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia.  
  2. ^ http://www.rtvslo.si/slovenija/prisegla-je-nova-vlada-alenke-bratusek/304860
  3. ^ http://www.rtvslo.si/slovenija/slovenija-dobila-deseto-vlado/276528
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