Search within this web site:

 
you are here ::

Government, Executive

legislative elections, winning party, Cabinet members, legislature, government

Cambodia’s head of state is the king, whose role is largely ceremonial and advisory. The king, on the advice of the legislature, formally appoints the prime minister to head the government. The prime minister must be a member of the winning party in legislative elections. The prime minister heads a cabinet made up of members of the legislature. Cabinet members are chosen by the prime minister, ratified by the legislature, and formally appointed by the king.



Article key phrases:

legislative elections, winning party, Cabinet members, legislature, government, advice, king, role

 
 

Search within this web site: