The term cabinet is capitalized when it comes to «cabinet headed by the Prime Minister of Canada.» Its English equivalent is Cabinet. In the United Kingdom, during the reign of George I, Primus` office would have appeared with the appointment of Walpole as the first incumbent. The new king, until then Elector of Hanover, who showed his attachment to his German origins by his refusal to learn English, needed a special minister who coordinated the action of all the others and translated his orders (given in German). The Latin expression has been translated from French as Prime Minister into English. However, the official title of Prime Minister remained that of First Lord of the Treasury until 1934. Canada`s provinces and territories use a system of representation similar to that of the federal government, with a prime minister, a government and a parliament. The latter regulates situations that are less royal than the House of Commons of Canada. He is usually elected because he is at the head of the most powerful political current of the parliamentary majority of the National Assembly, or among its representatives, if not among the personalities close to this majority current. However, the President of the Republic has the freedom to appoint a personality who is neither a deputy nor a senator before his appointment as head of government: this was the case of Georges Pompidou, Raymond Barre or, more recently, Dominique de Villepin. However, the President has had a parliamentary majority each time, and this freedom is not exercised in times of coexistence. After his election as President of the Republic, Georges Pompidou declared that «the Prime Minister is only the first of the ministers». The election of the Prime Minister is a prerogative of the President of the Republic. Article 8 of the Constitution, for its part, stipulates that the selection of ministers is made by the Head of State on the proposal of the Prime Minister.

The Cabinet and the SGG, like the Prime Minister, are located at the Hôtel de Matignon in Paris. The Liberal Party of Canada won the election on October 19, 2015. The current cabinet was sworn in on November 4, 2015 with Justin Trudeau as Prime Minister of Canada. In some parliamentary systems, such as that of the United Kingdom, or in a semi-presidential system, the Prime Minister and his government are accountable to Parliament. The Prime Minister is usually elected by parliament, possibly on the proposal of the Head of State, or directly appointed by the Head of State. The Prime Minister of Thailand is the Head of Government of Thailand, Chairman of the Council of Ministers. This function has existed since the revolution of 1932, when the country became a constitutional monarchy. A decree of the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron of May 19, 2017 on the offices of ministers initially limited the number of advisers to ten for a minister, eight for a ministerial delegate and five for a secretary of state. Vanuatu has a parliamentary system in which the president plays an essentially ceremonial role and the prime minister is at the head of government.[2] Article 37 of the Constitution therefore provides that «[t]he Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers shall delegate the executive power of the people, which shall be exercised under the conditions provided for by the Constitution or by law». The Constitution also stipulates that the Prime Minister is a member of parliament elected by his colleagues; they may revoke it by means of a request for confidence[3].

The current Prime Minister since April 2011 is Serge Vohor of the Union of Moderate Parties[4]. The Prime Minister plays an important role in the legislative process. Over time, the cabinet became increasingly important to the political and administrative functioning of government. A member of Cabinet sometimes attends interdepartmental meetings in place of the Minister, the purpose of which is to make government decisions. Members of the Cabinet are increasingly the privileged interlocutors of the central administrative services, a role that is in principle played by the directors of the central administration. The term cabinet takes lowercase when it comes to the «department responsible for the preparation of governmental and administrative affairs in a ministry, town hall, etc.» It applies to all close associates of a minister, a deputy minister, a state official, a mayor. In this sense, its English equivalent is Office: we sometimes meet the term cabinet with the lowercase letter and its synonyms ministry, government and council of ministers in a very similar sense, the generic meaning of «all ministers in a parliamentary system»: the head of government of the United Kingdom is the Prime Minister. He is almost always the leader of the most strongly represented party in parliament and is appointed by the monarch. Its powers have developed gradually since the eighteenth century. The Prime Minister may, without consulting the Council of Ministers, in accordance with article 23 of the Constitution, a member of the Government may not exercise a parliamentary mandate.

The incompatibility takes effect on the expiry of a period of one month following the appointment of the representative or senator of the government; During this period, the parliamentarian is not allowed to participate in the elections, but he remains, at least formally, a member of the assembly in which he sat on the day of his appointment.