Executive BranchSee also: President of Azerbaijan and Cabinet of Azerbaijan
|President||İlham Aliyev||New Azerbaijan Party (YAP)||October 15, 2003|
|Prime Minister||Artur Rasizade||New Azerbaijan Party (YAP)||October 15, 2003|
The head of state and head of government are separate from the country’s law-making body. President is the head of the state and head of executive branch. The people elect the president; the prime minister is appointed by the President and confirmed by the National Assembly of Azerbaijan. The President appoints all cabinet-level government administrators (ministers, heads of other central executive bodies).
Since 2008, the Constitution of Azerbaijan was amended, abolishing any term limit for the office of President.
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