Constitution of the Kingdom of Eswatini 2005


Government


(3) Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, the King may exercise the executive authority either directly or through the Cabinet or a Minister.
… (Sec. 64)

Government

(1) There shall be a Cabinet which shall consist of the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and such number of Ministers as the King, after consultations with the Prime Minister, may deem necessary for the purpose of administering and executing the functions of the Government.
(2) The Prime Minister shall be the chairman of the Cabinet and leader of Government business in Parliament. (Sec. 66)

Government

(1) The King shall appoint the Prime Minister from among members of the House acting on recommendation of the King’s Advisory Council.
(2) The King shall appoint Ministers from both chambers of Parliament on the recommendation of the Prime Minister.
(3) At least half the number of Ministers shall be appointed from among the elected members of the House. (Sec. 67)

Government

English


(3) Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, the King may exercise the executive authority either directly or through the Cabinet or a Minister.
… (Sec. 64)

Government

English

(1) There shall be a Cabinet which shall consist of the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and such number of Ministers as the King, after consultations with the Prime Minister, may deem necessary for the purpose of administering and executing the functions of the Government.
(2) The Prime Minister shall be the chairman of the Cabinet and leader of Government business in Parliament. (Sec. 66)

Government

English

(1) The King shall appoint the Prime Minister from among members of the House acting on recommendation of the King’s Advisory Council.
(2) The King shall appoint Ministers from both chambers of Parliament on the recommendation of the Prime Minister.
(3) At least half the number of Ministers shall be appointed from among the elected members of the House. (Sec. 67)

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Constitution of the Kingdom of Swaziland Act 2005 (English). The country's name was changed from "Swaziland" to "Eswatini" in 2018. The Constitution has not yet been amended accordingly.
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