|Design and construction|
|Client||Czar Leopold II|
The Council of Ministers of the Commonwealth of Deltaria, also known as the Czar Court, is composed of high-level ministers of the Government of Deltaria, led by the Premier.
The Council is responsible to the Prezident of Deltarská Republika. The Prezident is the one to propose a cabinet and Predseda Vlády, and is also the officer directly above the Czar Court. The Deltarĭsko Věšte may choose to pass a motion of censure forcing the Czar Court to resign, and this requires a 2/3rds majority in the Deltarĭsko Věšte.
The Czar Court usually holds sessions on Wednesday mornings at the Czar Leopold II Palace and is chaired by the Deltarian Predseda Vlády, but the Prezident may call an emergency session. The cabinet is supposed to maintain daily administration of the nation, and is supposed to work on a national scale, while the Provincial Cabinets work with Provincial offices and duties. A head from each of the major departments is a member of the cabinet, and has various roles in the cabinet and on occasion may be summoned to the Deltarĭsko Věšte.
Ministers are required to answer written or oral questions put to them by members of the Deltarĭsko Věšte, known as Government questions. In addition, ministers attend sessions of the Deltarĭsko Věšte when laws concerning their assigned sectors and departmental portfolios are under consideration.
Cabinet ministers cannot propose legislation without Forum approval, though the Premier may under certain limits enact statutory instruments, known as orders-in-council, i.e., government orders with statutory force. Ministers can however propose bills to the Deltarĭsko Věšte and any such legislation is generally very likely to pass.
Czar Court (Council of Ministers)Edit
|Predseda Vlády (Premier)|
|Podpredseda Vlády for Reforms and e-Governance|
|Podpredseda Vlády for Investments and Competitiveness|
|Economy, Labour and Entrepreneurship|
|Ocean Economy, Marine Resources and Fisheries|
|Energy, Infrastructure and Development|
|Foreign and Majatran Affairs|
|Justice and Public Administration|
|Interior and Migration|
|Defence and Veterans Affairs|
|Health and Prevention|
|Social Services, Family Affairs and Gender Equality|
|Education, Technology and Research|
|Food, Agriculture and Forestry|
|Culture, Deltarian Heritage and Indigenous Affairs|