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The President
President
of the Council of Ministers or sometimes Chairman or Prime Minister is the most senior member of the cabinet in the executive branch of government. Some Presidents of the Council of Ministers are the heads of government. Countries currently using the title[edit]

President
President
of the Council of Ministers of Cuba Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina President
President
of the Council of Ministers of Italy President
President
of the Council of Ministers of Peru President
President
of the Council of Ministers of Poland Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Union State

Countries that previously used the title[edit]

President
President
of the Council of Ministers of Brazil Chairman of the Council of Ministers (East Germany) (1949–1990) President
President
of the Council of Ministers (France) (Bourbon Restoration, July Monarchy, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Republic) Council of Ministers of the Hungarian People's Republic
Republic
(1949–1989) President
President
of the Executive Council of the Irish Free State (1922–1937) President
President
of the Council of Ministers (Portugal) (1834–1910) President
President
of the Council of Ministers (Portugal) (1932–1974) President
President
of the Council of Ministers (Spain) (1832–1873, 1874–1939) Premier of the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
(1922–1991) Chairman of the Council of Ministers (Vietnam) (1980–1992). The position was replaced by Prime Minister of Vietnam President
President
of Council of Ministers (Kingdom of Yugoslavia) (1918–1941)

See also[edit]

Council of Ministers

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Titles used for heads of government

Chancellor Chief executive Chief minister Federal Council (collective head of government) First minister (and deputy First Minister) Minister-president Premier President President
President
of the Executive Council President
President
of the Council of Ministers President
President
of the government Prime minister State Elder Statsminister Taoiseach

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