Government of France

The  Government of the French Republic  ( French :  Government of the French Republic  ) exercises executive power in France . It is composed of a prime minister, who is the head of government , and both junior and senior ministers .  [1]  Senior Ministers are titled as Ministers ( French :  Ministers  ), whereas Junior Ministers are titled as Secretaries of State ( French :  Secretaries of State  ). A smaller and more Powerful executive body, called Expired the  Council of Ministers  ( French :  Cabinet Senior Secretaries of State may attend Council meetings. The Council of Ministers is Chaired by the President of the Republic , Unlike the government, profit is still led by the Prime Minister, Who Was officiellement titled as the President of the Council of Ministers ( French :  Chairman of the Council of Ministers  ) During the Third and Fourth Republics .  [1]  By comparison, the Government of France is equivalent to Her Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom , the Council of Ministers is equivalent to the Cabinet of the United Kingdom(although, in being presided over by the President of the Republic, and not by the Prime Minister, it also bears some resemblance to Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council ). Read More…

Federal Government of Belgium

The  Federal Government of Belgium  ( Dutch :  Federale regering  , French :  Federal Government  , German :  Föderalregierung  ) exercises executive power in the Kingdom of Belgium . It consists of ministers and secretaries of state (“junior”, or deputy-ministers who do not sit in the Council of Ministers) drawn from the political parties which form the governing coalition . Formally, the ministers are appointed by the King. The Federal Government is led by the Prime Minister of Belgiumand ministers lead ministries of the government. Ministers together form the Council of Ministers , which is the supreme executive organ of the Government (equivalent to a cabinet ). Read More…

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