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Government, Executive

Executive power, legislature, constitution, prime minister, powers

Executive power is vested in a president who is directly elected to a single five-year term. The president, whose powers are limited by the 1988 constitution, may not dissolve the legislature or suspend basic legal rights. The president appoints a cabinet, with the consent of the legislature. The cabinet is headed by the prime minister.



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