National Executive Power
The National Executive Power (PEN) (Spanish: Poder Ejecutivo Nacional) of Argentina is the executive body of the central State of this country. It is a single-person, pyramidal body headed by the President of Argentina, an official who must be elected every four years by direct, secret, universal and compulsory suffrage, in a double round, along with the vice-presidential candidate.
|Dissolved||el poder ejecutivo|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Argentina|
|Headquarters||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
Presidency of the Nation Edit
In Argentina, the Presidency of the Nation is made up of the President of the Nation and the closest organizations and personnel.
Among the latter, the General Secretariat of the Presidency, the Legal and Technical Secretariat, the Federal Intelligence Agency, the Secretariat for Strategic Affairs and the Secretariat for Comprehensive Drug Policies (SEDRONAR) stand out for their political importance.
Chief of Cabinet of Ministers Edit
The Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers is a ministerial position of the Argentine Republic, held by a chief of staff. It corresponds to an official of the National Constitution and arises as a consequence of the constitutional reform of 1994. Its role, attributions and obligations are detailed in articles 100 and 101 of the National Constitution, deepened in art. Currently, the Chief of Staff is Juan Manzur.
Other websites Edit
- "Presidencia de la Nación", Official website. Argentina.