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How tall is Russian prime minister medvedev?
all the parties in Israel go to a free election once of every 3 years, the president choose the party wich has the best possibility to create a strong and stable coalition ( m…ost of the time is the biggest party in the parliament ) . the chairman of that party is the one who need to create the coalition and the one who becomes the prime minister .
Office of the Prime Minister 103274 Krasnopresnenskaya nab., 2, construction 2 Prime Minister D.A Medvedev
There is no limit to how long an Australian Prime Minister can be Prime minister. Elections are held roughly every three years, but there is a very large window of many mont…hs which the serving Prime Minister may choose to use to his/her advantage to call either an early or late election.
A prime minister is an elected politician who leads the cabinet to govern the country. taoiseach
Answer Dmitry Medvedev is considered to be Russian Orthodox, having been baptized at 23 years of age in St Petersburg in 1989. However, his religion (if an…y) prior to that date is not known. Some Russian nationalists thought that his background may be Jewish, but this has not been confirmed or denied.
It depends on the country. For instance, the United States doesn't have one and a system that follows a monarchy would have one. The UK is a monarchy and has a Prime Minister.… So does Belgium, Holland and Spain. Australia and New Zealand also have a Prime Minister. Wikipedia's page on Prime Minister has a list of countries that have Prime ministers, and you can see this page in the "related links".
Typically in most countries that have a prime minister, the prime minister is elected by the parliament, and is normally the head of the largest party and so is able to ge…t the majority support of the parliament. The prime minister chooses who the ministers are. The head of state gives the seal of office to the prime minister and the ministers to make all of their appointments official.
I think the prime minister, on the event of resignation or death is indicated by someone of the government. In United Kingdom, it would be Her Majesty, the Queen, if I am not …wrong. More information are required here. I am not an expert on politics, but Viki Answers allows answers to be edited for corrections or entirely deleted. Improvement : The current prime minister, the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, was appointed by Her Excellency the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean, Governor General of Canada, on 6 February 2006. He governs as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
The current government of the United Kingdom is a coalition between the Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties. The Prime Minister is the Right Honourable David Cameron and… the deputy is the Right Honourable Nicholas (Nick) Clegg leader of the the Liberal Democrats.
is the most senior minister of cabinet in the executive branch of government in a parliamentary system.
there is a general election about every 4 years, but a prime minister can be pm until they are voted down or choose to retire and let someone else be pm.
A prime minister is the head minister, the head of government. A minister is responsible for an individual department of government.
The parlimentary government needs to have a legal head of the parlimentary body just as our Congress has a President and a Vice President. They have some of the same powers as… our President. Prime Ministers function slightly different but for the most part they have fairly similar functions .... depends on the country. UK's prime minister is as I described above.
the majority party leader who is elected in lok sabha elections becomes the prime minister of India.
A prime minister heads the government. They are not the head of state. A prime minister appoints the ministers for the government. They will usually chair cabinet meetings…, which are the meetings of all of the ministers. They are usually the head of their political party. They will often represent the government at meetings with other countries or as part of visits to other countries.
the defense minister Depends upon which nation you're talking about- in Australia this may well be the case, but in the UK it's the Chancellor of the Exchequer. After the Chan…cellor it's the Deputy Prime Minister, and then the Home Secretary.