Government of Kyrgyzstan

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Government of Kyrgyzstan
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The Office of the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan.
Formation1991
JurisdictionKyrgyzstan
Websitegov.kg
Legislative branch
LegislatureSupreme Council
Meeting placeGovernment House
Executive branch
Prime MinisterKubatbek Boronov
HeadquartersOld Square, Bishkek

The Government of Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz: Кыргыз Республикасының Өкмөтү,Kırgız Respublikasınıñ Ökmötü) is an executive body which exercises its authority and power through the Cabinet of Ministers led by Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan as head of government. The status and provisions of the government are determined by Section V of the Constitution of Kyrgyzstan.[1] The cabinet consists of the deputy prime ministers, ministers and the chairmen of state committees.[1](art. 84)

Cabinet of Ministers (Boronov Government)[edit]

Below are the 20 members of the Cabinet of Ministers as of 17 June 2020:[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Раздел пятый. Исполнительную власть Кыргызской Республики" [Section Five. Executive Power of the Kyrgyz Republic]. Constitution of Kyrgyzstan (in Russian). Centralized Data Bank of Legal Information of the Kyrgyz Republic. Retrieved 2019-08-02.
  2. ^ "Министерства и ведомства" [Ministries and agencies] (in Russian). Government of the Kyrgyz Republic. Retrieved 2020-07-07.

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