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Cabinet Ministers are selected from the National Assembly by the Chancellor. Cabinet ministers are heads of government departments. The collective co-ordinating function of the Cabinet is reinforced by the statutory position that all the Ministers of State jointly hold the same office, and can exercise the same powers.
The Cabinets main duties are to aid in governance, and challenge the Chancellor more directly than the National Assembly. Cabinet ministers are appointed, and dismissed by the Chancellor, all members must be from the Socialist Party or its associated organisations, as in other branches of government.
The Chancellor decides the scope of each Cabinet minister's duties and is responsible for the Cabinet and leading it in its political direction. If two ministers disagree on a particular point, the cabinet resolves the conflict by a majority vote.
|Chancellor of Westland||Oska Stärk||2012|
|Vice Chancellor of Westland||Niklä Fisha||2012|
|General Secretary of the Socialist Party||Kaska Västmann||2012|
|Environment and Climate Change Ministry||Johannas Stän||2012|
|Ministry of Interior Affairs||Jon Fisha||2012|
|Ministry of Foreign Affairs||Sofi Niemczyk||2012|
|Culture Ministry||Karolin Tomasson||2012|
|Defence and Public Security Ministry||Johannes Somma||2012|
|Ministry of Education||Oska Angal||2012|
|Ministry of Industry and Finance||Sinewulf Lessa||2012|
|Ministry of Health and Human Services||Niklas Torsson||2012|
|Ministry of Welfare and Health||Luka Odin||2012|