Prime Minister of Huai Siao
|Prime Minister of Huai Siao|
|Abbreviation||อ.ม.ส / น.ย|
|Seat||Royal Palace of Huai Siao|
|Appointer||Emperor of Huai Siao|
|Term length||Two years|
|Constituting instrument||Constitution of the Empire Huai Siao 2562|
|Formation||1 January 2020|
|First holder||Prince Eun Jo |
(Premier of the Empire Huai Siao)
Prime Minister (Thai: อัครมหาเสนาบดี/นายกรัฐมนตรี) chairs the Cabinet and serves as the head of government of Huai Siao. This position is enacted in the 2019 Constitution of the Huai Siao Empire, the Prime Minister of Huai Siao is based on indirect choice of the people and requiring the emperor to appoint Minister Nagai according to the resolution of both Houses.
Originally, since the reign of absolute monarchy, there was a position called"Chief Chancellor"Which has the authority to administer the secondary administration of the Emperor of Huai Siao in the past, but after the change of rule in 2019, a constitution was drafted to rule the country. The position of head of government is still referred to as the "Chief Chancellor", which is equivalent to the "Prime Minister" in international principles, having the same power to administer the State affairs and maintain the country's performance as in the past.
According to the Constitution of Huai Siao 2019, the duties and powers of the Prime Minister are set as follows: The authority in the administration of the State affairs controls and oversees the government officials and government officials throughout the Kingdom to perform their duties in good faith. And including the power to dissolve the House and others as required by law, however, the Prime Minister is not trusted by the House of Representatives less than half of the members of the House of Representatives. A vote of no confidence by the House of Representatives will end the Cabinet.
List of Prime Minister Huai Siao
- Prime Minister according to the resolution of the House of Representatives
- Prime Minister by the emperor
- Coup d'etat
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