The Prime Minister's Office is responsible for practical arrangements relating to decision-making by the President of the Republic and the Government and keeps a written record of the verbal presentations given in the presidential and Government sessions.
The Prime Minister’s Office assists in all arrangements relating to a change of government. It's duties also include the development of decision-making procedures and maintanance of the electronic decision-making system (PTJ).
The role of the Prime Minister’s Office is to assist in the coordination of work of the Government with that of Parliament. In practice, it handles official correspondence between the Government and Parliament, the distribution of written parliamentary questions to ministries, arrangements for parliamentary question time on the Government’s part and other contacts between the Government and Parliament.
The Government submits to Parliament an annual report of its operations. The report is prepared for release at the Prime Minister's Office.
The Government Session Unit is responsible for the services relating to decision-making.
Information on decisions
After each Government session and presidential session, brief summaries of the public decisions and their annexes are published on the Government website.
The Government Communications Department provides information on decisions taken by the presidential and Government sessions. The ministries also report on key decisions.