Council of Ministers

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"Council of Ministers" is the name given to the supreme executive organ in some governments. The term is usually equivalent to the word "cabinet". Councils of Ministers are usually composed of those ministers who are responsible for a ministry, and are usually led by the President of the Council of Ministers, a term that is usually translated as "Prime Minister". It is the official name for body that includes all the ministers it usually has 60 to 80 ministers having collective responsibility.It is headed by the prime minister.

Council of state is a similar term that also most often refer to a Cabinet.

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