The Government of the Czech Republic (Czech: Vláda České republiky) exercises executive power in the Czech Republic. The members of the government are the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic (Chairman of the Government), the deputy prime ministers and other ministers. It has its legal basis in the Constitution of the Czech Republic.
Current government is 13th from year 1993 and dissolution of Czechoslovakia and it has 17 members + prime minister.
The prime minister is appointed by the president of the Czech Republic (currently Miloš Zeman). He or she succeeds to the presidency if the current president dies, is incapacitated, or resigns. The current prime minister is Bohuslav Sobotka.
The cabinet consists of the following members:
- ^ Governmental Structure
Cabinets of the Czech Republic
- Klaus I, ODS+KDU-ČSL+ODA+KDS (1992–6)
- Klaus II, ODS+KDU-ČSL+ODA (1996–7)
- Tošovský, caretaker government (1998)
- Zeman, ČSSD (1998–2002)
- Špidla, ČSSD+KDU-ČSL+US-DEU (2002–4)
- Gross, ČSSD+KDU-ČSL+US-DEU (2004–2005)
- Paroubek, ČSSD+KDU-ČSL+US-DEU (2005–2006)
- Topolánek I, ODS (2006)
- Topolánek II, ODS+KDU-ČSL+SZ (2007–2009)
- Fischer, ODS+ČSSD+SZ (2009–2010)
- Nečas, ODS+TOP 09+VV (2010–2013)
- Rusnok (2013–2014)
- Sobotka, ČSSD+ANO 2011+KDU-ČSL (2014–)