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Government of Yisrael

His Majesty's Royal Government of Yisrael
Central government overview
Formed1715 (Proclamation of the Kingdom of Yisrael)
JurisdictionYisrael
HeadquartersYerushalayim
Central government executives

The His Majesty's Government of the Kingdom of Yisrael is the central government of the five districts that constitute the nation-state of Yisrael. The central government is composed of three distinct branches: legislative, executive, and judicial, whose powers are vested by the Royal Constitution in the Royal Knesset, His Majesty the King, the Presidency of Yisrael, and the royal judiciary, including the Sanhedrin, respectively. The powers and duties of these branches are further defined by acts of the Knesset, including the creation of executive departments and courts inferior to the Sanhedrin.

The full name of the Kingdom is "The Kingdom of Yisrael." No other name appears in the Royal Constitution, and this is the name that appears on money, in treaties, and in legal cases to which it is a party (e.g., Bernstein v. The Kingdom of Yisrael). The terms "Royal Government" or "Royal Government of Yisrael" are often used in official documents to represent the central government as distinct from the districts collectively. In casual conversation or writing, the term "Royal Government" is often used, and the term "National Government" or "Yisraeli Government" are sometimes used alternatively. The terms "Royal" and "National" in government agency or program names generally indicate affiliation with the central government (e.g., Royal Ministry of Defense, the Office of National Defense Coordination, etc.). Because the seat of government is in Yerushalayim, "Yerushalayim" is commonly used as a metonym for the Royal government.

Currently, the Royal Government is lead by the Katz presidency.

Cabinet

Cabinet
Ministry Minister Party
President Yitzchok Katz RC
Vice-President Gershon Blau RC
Foreign Minister Ariel Goldblatt RC
Defense Minister Naftali Bauman RC
Justice Minister David Roth RC
Interior Minister David Touro LNJ
Finance Minister Alexander Keisenberg RC
Transportation Minister Yehudis Eisenberger RC
Immigration Minister Avrohom Abadi RC
Education Minister Tuvia Abramowitz TA
Religious Affairs Minister Yoshiyahu Siegel TA
Economic Development Minister Mendel Feinstein AFY
King's Minister Prince Michoel Nonpartisan

History

Absolute monarchy era

19th century reforms

Early 20th century reforms

Constitutional era

1952 reforms

1970s Yarden reforms

Early 2020s royal restoration

Legislative Branch

Executive Branch

Judicial Branch

See also