Government of the Republic of Abkhazia
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Executive branch 
The Republic of Abkhazia is headed by the President (the incumbent is Alexander Ankvab), who is supported by a Vice President (Mikhail Logua). They are served by a cabinet of ministers, which is headed by current prime minister Leonid Lakerbaia.
Current cabinet 
|Prime Minister||Leonid Lakerbaia||27 September 2011|
|First Vice Premier||Indira Awardan||10 October 2011|
|Vice Premier||Alexander Stranichkin||10 October 2011|
|Vice Premier||Vladimir Delba||10 October 2011|
|Chief of the Cabinet Staff||Marina Ladaria||20 October 2011|
|Minister of Defence||Mirab Kishmaria||10 May 2007|
|Minister of Finance||Vladimir Delba||10 October 2011|
|Minister for Foreign Affairs||Viacheslav Chirikba||11 October 2011|
|Minister of Internal Affairs||Otar Khetsia||20 October 2011|
|Minister of Justice||Yekaterina Onishchenko||31 October 2011|
|Minister of Economy||David Iradyan||27 October 2011|
|Minister for Taxes and Fees||Rauf Tsimtsba||4 April 2011|
|Minister of Agriculture||Beslan Jopua||18 October 2011|
|Minister of Labour and Social Security||Olga Koltukova||2 March 2005|
|Minister of Health||Zurab Marshan||25 February 2005|
|Minister of Education||Daur Nachkebia||20 October 2011|
|Minister of Culture||Badr Gunba||13 October 2011|
|Chairman of the State Customs Committee||Said Tarkil||2 March 2010|
|Chairman of the State Committee for Management of State Property and Privatization||Konstantin Katsia||3 April 2007|
|Chairman of the State Committee for Resorts and Tourism||Tengiz Lakerbaia||24 February 2005|
|Chairman of the State Committee on Youth and Sport||Shazina Avidzba||28 October 2011|
|Chairman of the State Committee for Repatriation||Zurab Adleiba||9 September 2010|
|Chairman of the State Committee for Ecology and Nature||Roman Dbar||7 April 2010|
Legislative branch 
The People's Assembly is the parliament of the Republic of Abkhazia.
Judicial branch 
The Military Procuracy and Military Court were founded in March 1993. On 11 July 1993, the Military Court was turned into the Military Tribunal, but it was changed back on 1 July 1998.
The Prosecutor's Office was founded on 15 April 1994. The first Prosecutor General was Anri Jergenia. After Jergenia became Prime Minister in 2001, he was succeeded by Rauf Korua, who was in turn replaced by Zaur Bartsits following the election of Sergei Bagapsh as President in 2005. In February 2007, the current Prosecutor General was appointed, Saferbei Mikanba.
See also 
- (English)/(Russian)/(Abkhaz)(Turkish)/ President of the Republic of Abkhazia. Official site
- (English)/(Russian)/(Turkish) Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Abkhazia. Official Site
- "Органам военной юстиции Республики Абхазия исполнилось 20 лет". Apsnypress. 29 March 2013. Retrieved 5 April 2013.
- "Генпрокуратура Абхазии отметила своё 19-летие". Apsnypress. 16 April 2013. Retrieved 5 May 2013.
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