|Government of the Czech Republic|
|Vláda České republiky|
|Established||1 January 1993|
|Appointed by||Presidential nomination with Chamber of Deputies confirmation|
|Responsible to||Chamber of Deputies|
|Headquarters|| Straka Academy |
The Government of the Czech Republic (Czech : Vláda České republiky) exercises executive power in the Czech Republic. The members of the government are the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic (Chairman of the Government), the deputy prime minister and other ministers. It has its legal basis in the Constitution of the Czech Republic.
The government is led by the Prime Minister, who selects all the remaining ministers at hand. The Government of the Czech Republic is responsible to the Chamber of Deputies from the Czech Republic.
The Prime Minister is appointed by the President of the Czech Republic. The current Prime Minister is Andrej Babiš.
The current government, sworn in on June 27, 2018 is the 15th since the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993. It has 17 members and a prime minister. The cabinet consists of the following members:
|Chairman of the Government||Andrej Babiš||ANO|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Jakub Kulhánek||ČSSD|
|Minister of the Interior||Jan Hamáček||ČSSD|
|Finance Minister||Alena Schillerová||nominated by ANO|
|Minister of Defense||Lubomír Metnar||nominated by ANO|
|Minister of Justice||Marie Benešová||nominated by ANO|
|Minister of Industry and Trade||Karel Havlíček||nominated by ANO|
|Minister for Regional Development||Klára Dostálová||nominated by ANO|
|Ministry of Health||Adam Vojtěch||nominated by ANO|
|Minister of Labour and Social Affairs||Jana Maláčová||ČSSD|
|Minister of Education, Youth and Sports||Robert Plaga||nominated by ANO|
|Minister of Transport||Karel Havlíček||nominated by ANO|
|Minister of the Environment||Richard Brabec||ANO|
|Minister of Culture||Lubomír Zaorálek||ČSSD|
|Minister of Agriculture||Miroslav Toman||nominated by ČSSD|
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