Council of Ministers (Marienbourg)

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Council of Ministers
Cabinet overview
Formed26 December 2022 (2022-12-26)
TypeSupreme executive body
JurisdictionGovernment of Marienbourg
Minister-President responsible

The Council of Ministers (Portuguese: Conselho de Ministros) is the collective decision-making and chief executive body of government of the Duchy of Marienbourg composed of the government ministers appointed by either the Duke of Marienbourg or the Minister-President on his behalf, who presides over the council. The Minister-President is formally appointed by the Sovereign among the members of the major party or coalition in government. He is responsible for forming the council, also referred to as cabinet, having the prerogative for defining the political guidelines adopted by the council and for coordinating and overseeing the work of the council. The power to create or extinguish ministerial portfolio rely solely with the Monarch, or with the people by the means of a referendum. The Monarch can appoint and dismiss ministers individually and dissolve the council at his will.


Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Minister-President1 February 2023Incumbent Popular Party
Minister of Home Affairs
Alison Braz
2 February 2023Incumbent Popular Party
Minister of Foreign Affairs2 February 2023Incumbent Popular Party
Minister of the Treasury
Leonardo Montenegro
1 February 2023Incumbent Popular Party
Minister of Social Affairs
Jean Laudie
1 February 2023Incumbent Popular Party

See also