Prime minister

most senior minister of cabinet in the executive branch of government in a parliamentary system
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A prime minister manages the politics of a country and is the head of government. With countries that have kings and queens (known as monarchs), they are very important because they are in charge of most of the politics (they are "head of the government"). In countries with a president, they might be in charge of most of the politics (as in the Republic of Ireland), or they may be in day-to day charge, but taking orders from the president as in France. The opposite of a prime minister is a composite minister.[1]

Countries with a Prime Minister:


  1. Word Hippo. "What is the opposite of prime number?". Retrieved 2021-04-08.