Government of Nicaragua

Nicaragua is a country in Central America with constitutional democracy with executive, legislative, judicial, and electoral branches of government. The President of Nicaragua is both head of state and head of government. Executive power is exercised by the government.

Legislative power is vested in the National Assembly. The judiciary and electoral powers are independent of the executive and the legislature. The magistrates of both the Supreme Court (CSJ) and the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE) are appointed by the President and ratified by the National Assembly.

Executive branchEdit

The current composition of the Executive Branch includes President Daniel Ortega and the Vice-President Rosario Murillo. The cabinet ministers and the directors of government agencies and autonomous entities are appointed by the President, then confirmed by the National Assembly.

CabinetEdit

Ministries and dependent entitiesEdit

Decentralized entitiesEdit

Government-owned enterprisesEdit

GeneralEdit

Dependencies of the PresidencyEdit

Financial servicesEdit

Public servicesEdit

Legislative branchEdit

Judicial branchEdit

Autonomous entitiesEdit

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