Government of Slovakia
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The Government of the Slovak Republic (Slovak: Vláda Slovenskej republiky) exercises executive authority in Slovakia. It is led by the Prime Minister of Slovakia, who is nominated by the President of Slovakia, and is usually the leader of majority party or of majority coalition after an election to the National Council of the Slovak Republic. The Cabinet appointed by the president on recommendation of the prime minister must gain a vote of confidence in the National Council.
Role and powers of the Government
As the chief formulator of the nation's public policy under the Slovak Constitution, the Government has the authority to make major policy on the matters of national economy and social security. It is responsible for meeting the Government programme objectives within the scope of the adopted national budget. The main functions of the Government also include making proposals on the state budget, preparing the annual closing balance sheet, and issuing government regulations and decrees under power given to it by law. One of the Government's duties is the formulation and management of the nation's foreign policy. It submits draft Bills to the National Council (the Slovak parliament), which are frequently preceded by nationwide discussions and consultations with the relevant organizations. As established by law, the Government can discuss in its proceedings a confidence vote motion, cases of pardoning criminal offenders, and appointment or removal from office of senior civil servants.
The Cabinet is made up of the Prime Minister, presiding over Deputies and Government Ministers. The Cabinet is appointed by the President of the Slovak Republic on the recommendation of the Prime Minister. For its policy and administration the members of the Cabinet are responsible to the National Council (the Slovak parliament).
11th Government of the Slovak Republic
|Position||Name||Party||Took office||Left office|
|Office of the Prime Minister|
|Prime Minister||Igor Matovič||OĽANO||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Government Office for Legislation|
|Deputy Prime Minister for Legislation and Strategic Planning||Štefan Hollý||We Are Family||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Investments and Regional Development|
|Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Investments and Regional Development||Veronika Remišová||For the People||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Economy|
|Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of Economy||Richard Sulík||SaS||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Finance|
|Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance||Eduard Heger||OĽANO||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Interior|
|Minister of Interior||Roman Mikulec||OĽANO||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Health|
|Minister of Health||Marek Krajčí||OĽANO||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Defence|
|Ministee of Defence||Jaroslav Naď||OĽANO||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Justice|
|Minister of Justice||Mária Kolíková||For the People||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs|
|Minister of Foreign and European Affairs||Richard Sulík(acting)||SaS||21 March 2020||8 April 2020|
|Ivan Korčok||Independent(SaS)||8 April 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport|
|Minister of Education, Science, Research and Sport||Branislav Gröhling||SaS||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family|
|Minister of Labour, Social Affairs and Family||Milan Krajniak||We Are Family||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Transport and Construction|
|Minister of Transport and Construction||Andrej Doležal||Independent(WaF)||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Culture|
|Minister of Culture||Natália Milanová||OĽANO||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development|
|Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development||Ján Mičovský||OĽANO||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
|Ministry of the Environment|
|Minister of Environment||Ján Budaj||OĽANO||21 March 2020||Incumbent|
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