Cabinet of Brazil

Cabinet of Brazil

The Cabinet of Brazil (Portuguese: "Gabinete Ministerial") is the executive branch of the Brazilian government. It consists of the President, the Vice-President, the Ministers of State and several senior advisors appointed and dismissed by the President. The cabinet is headed by the president.

Current Cabinet

The current cabinet consists of the following members:

ee also

* Federal institutions of Brazil

External links

* [] Official Brazilian Government Portal
* [ Presidência da República] Official website of the Presidency of Brazil
* [ e.Gov] Official Government Services and Information Portal


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