The difference between the cabinet minister and council of ministers?
1> Every ministry has a cabine minister and those ministers constitutes a group of ministers and those group has been termed as council of ministers. 2> A cabinet minister is an individual, the council of minister is coporate body.
The cabinet, or The Cabinet of the United Kingdom, is not part of the House of Commons. The cabinet is a decision making council empowered with legislative, judicial, and executive functions. The cabinet is comprised of the Prime Minister and 22 Cabinet Ministers. The Prime Minister selects Cabinet Ministers from elected members of the House of Lords and House of Commons. The Cabinet of the United Kingdom acts as the executive council for the Queen.
No. A Cabinet Minister is one of the (currently 39) Ministers of the Crown who are members of the Cabinet, a committee responsible for government policy chaired by the Prime Minister. Sometimes (though not currently) a Prime Minister will designate a Deputy Prime Minister, though the position is largely honorary and doesn't imply succession. There are also Deputy Ministers, but these are members of the civil service, not politicians.
There are currently twenty (20) ministers who are also members of Cabinet in New Zealand. It should be noted that there are another eight (8) ministers who serve outside of the Cabinet. The number of ministers in Cabinet at any time is subject to the discretion of the Prime Minister (through advice to the Governor-General), and so this number is subject to change.
Cabinet Minister - Senior minister in-charge of a ministry. A Cabinet minister may also hold additional charges of other Ministries, where no other Cabinet minister is appointed. Minister of State (MoS) - junior minister with an overseeing Cabinet Minister, usually tasked with a specific responsibility in that ministry. For instance, an MoS in the Finance Ministry may only handle Taxation.
During her short period as the Prime Minister of Canada, Campbell cut the number of federal ministers from 75 cabinet ministers and ministers of state to 23. The number of cabinet committees was reduced from 11 to five. She was also the first prime minister to convene a First Ministers' conference for consultation prior to representing Canada at the G7 Summit. omg really i would love that
Currently, there are thirty-seven ministers for Canada. Of these, all thirty-seven are currently members of the Cabinet. (It should be noted that not all members of the ministry have always been members of the Cabinet; the prime minister may recommend appointments of junior ministers who may not be included as members of the Cabinet.)
The Executive Branch of Canada's Government is called the "Cabinet" and its members are "Cabinet Ministers." The Cabinet Ministers are chosen by the Prime Minister. Most Cabinet Ministers are members of the House of Commons and at least one will be a Senator. Occasionally, someone who is not a member of either the Senate or House of Commons will be appointed to Cabinet. In such case, it is expected that she or he will seek…
If there is a conflict(or any matter) in subject concerning different ministries,the subject is referred to group of ministers who will take decision.. But there's diff b/w GoM and EGoM EGoM can ratify or approve the decisions on behalf of cabinet made but GoM can only discuss and later cabinet has to accept it