Council of Ministers: Executive Affairs

Article 24:

In its capacity as the direct executive authority, the Council shall have full control over executive actions and administration, with the following being part of its area of competence:

(1) To monitor the implementation of laws, regulations and resolutions.

(2) To create and organize public utilities.

(3) To follow up the execution of the general plan of development.

(4) To form Committees with the purpose of gathering information, about the performance of various ministries and other governmental bodies or about any given matter. The said committees shall submit their findings to the Council at the appointed time for its consideration. The Council may set up commissions to make inquiries in the light of these findings and arrive at a decision with the laws and by-laws taken into account.

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