Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers
|Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers of Argentina
Jefe de Gabinete de Ministros de la Nación Argentina
|Appointer||President of Argentina|
|Inaugural holder||Eduardo Bauzá|
The Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers (Spanish: Jefe del Gabinete de Ministros de la Nación Argentina) is a political office of Argentina, akin to a prime minister, created by the 1994 amendment of the Argentine Constitution. The current office holder is Marcos Peña, who serves in President Mauricio Macri's cabinet.
The attributions of the Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers are established by the articles 100 and 101 of the Constitution of Argentina. Most of his duties are related to organize the work of the other Ministers, or to its intermediary role between the Executive Power and the Argentine National Congress.
List of Chiefs of the Cabinet of Ministers
- Constitución Nacional: Del jefe de gabinete y demás ministros del Poder Ejecutivo Archived February 10, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. (in Spanish)