Government of Istria
|The Government of Istria |
|State||Kingdom of Istria|
|Leader||Prime Minister (Hristo Tomov)|
|Main organ||Council of Ministers of Istria|
|Responsible to||House of Deputies|
|Headquarters||Palace of Vontburg, Hamburg, Region of the Capital|
The Government of Istria, represents, regarding to the Constitution, the executive power of Istria, toghether with the Monarch. The government organises itself regarding to the constitution and works after a governing program approved by the Parliament.
The government is composed by a leader named, Prime-Minister and a variable number of ministers who conduct ministries specialised in different domains of activity.
Actual Government Cabinet
Principal Article: TOMOV II Cabinet
The current gouvernment is conducted by Hristo Tomov, a chosen delegate of the Queen as to 30 October 2022. His cabinet has was formed , as Her Majesty The Queen, ordered in a public letter for him to form a cabinet as soon as possible so the work of the goverment to be started.
The appointment of the government is made by the Queen, or another representative as HM is 88 at the moment, after the vote of trust given by the Parliament. The proposal for the candidate for the position of Prime Minister is done by the Queen after consultations with the political parties. After the nominalisation the candidate needs to come up with a governing program and a list of cabinet members. In the case of just the Prime Minister being removed the Guverning Program and List of Cabinet Members can remain identical, and the proposal of Prime Minister can remain the same if just the Cabinet is changed, but the new cabinet ministers need to come up with a new Governing Program.
The role of the Government is regulated by the Constitution and relevant laws. The government "exercises the general leadership of public administration", develops strategies to implement the government program, exercises legislative initiative, negotiates international treaties, represents the Istrian state both internally and externally, appoints prefects and presents information and documents to the House of Parliament on request.
Principal Article: TOMOV II Cabinet
Ministries are specialized bodies of the central public administration that carry out governmental policy in their fields of activity. The Government of Kingdom of Istria is formed of 6 ministries, a prime-minister and a vice prime-minister.
Minister for the Civil Service
|Hristo Tomov||Nationalist-Socialist Party for European Integration|
|Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Defense||Andrey Danailov||Nationalist-Socialist Party for European Integration|
|Ministry of Foreign Affairs||Nikolay Petkov||Nationalist-Socialist Party for European Integration|
|Ministry of Education, Research and Development||Dimitrie Balcescu||Nationalist-Socialist Party for European Integration|
|Ministry of Culture||Elena Stanasila||Nationalist-Socialist Party for European Integration|
|Ministry of Justice||Nick Andrews||Nationalist-Socialist Party for European Integration|
|Chancellor of the Exchequer||Stanke Dimitrov||Independent|
|Ministry of European Integration||Filip Grigorescu||Nationalist-Socialist Party for European Integration|
The Regional Governors are the local representatives of the Government. The Governor is responsible for the application of the Government's policy in the administrative divisions of the country, having the obligation to ensure the execution of the Government's acts, as well as those of the ministries and other specialized bodies subordinated to the Government or ministries.
The Governors are appointed by the Prime Minister.
The following list is the official list of the government's miniserial cabinets since 2004:
- Anreiescu Cabinet - demited by end of term
- Balminster Cabinet - demited by motion of distrust
- Loyanovsky Cabinet - demited by motion of distrust
- Arnautoiu Cabinet - demited by motion of distrust
- Petcu I Cabinet - demited by motion of distrust
- Petcu II Cabinet - dissolved
- Tomov Cabinet- dissolved
- Tomov II Cabinet - incumbent
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