Council of Ministers of the Hungarian People's Republic

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Council of Ministers
Agency overview
Formed 20 August 1949
Dissolved 23 October 1989
Superseding agency Modern government
Jurisdiction Hungarian People's Republic
Headquarters Budapest

The Council of Ministers of the Hungarian People's Republic was created following the founding of the Hungarian People's Republic. Along with the state itself, it was dissolved on 23 October 1989. Council of Ministers was the government of Hungary during communist control.

The Council of Ministers consisted of the Chairman (literally meaning premier), deputy chairmen, ministers of state, head of ministries and the Chairman of the National Planning Board. The Parliament of Hungary, upon the recommendation of the Presidential Council of the Hungarian People's Republic, elected and relieved the chairman and ministers of their duties.

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