Council of Ministers: Premiership

Article 29:

The King is the Prime Minister. He directs and guides the general policy of the State and ensures co-ordination and co-operation among various government bodies.

The King also guarantees homogeneity, continuity and co-ordination of the activities of the Council of Ministers. He supervises the Council of Ministers and other government bodies and monitors the implementation of law, by-laws and resolutions.

All Ministries and government bodies shall submit to the Prime Minister, within ninety days from the start of each fiscal year, a report on their achievements during the expired fiscal year in comparison with the targets of the general development plan, and any difficulties they may have encountered as well as any suggestions they consider conducive to improved performance.

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