Council of Ministers
(2) The Council of Ministers shall ensure the public order and national security and shall exercise overall guidance over the state administration and the Armed Forces.
Article 106. The Council of Ministers shall manage the implementation of the state budget; organize the management of the state's assets; conclude, confirm or denounce international treaties when authorized to do so by law.
Article 107. The Council of Ministers shall rescind any illegitimate or improper act issued by a minister.
(2) The Prime Minister shall head, coordinate and bear responsibility for the overall policy of the government. He shall appoint and dismiss the deputy ministers.
(3) Each member of the Council of Ministers shall head a ministry, except insofar as the National Assembly resolves otherwise. Each minister shall account for his own activity.
Article 109. The members of the Council of Ministers shall swear before the National Assembly the oath established by Article 76 para 2.
Article 110. Eligible for election to the Council of Ministers shall be any Bulgarian citizen qualified to be elected to the National Assembly.
(2) The Council of Ministers shall hand in its resignation before the newly elected National Assembly. (3) Should any of the above occur, the Council of Ministers shall continue to act until the election of a new Council of Ministers.
(2) Should the Council of Ministers fail to receive the requested vote of confidence, the Prime Minister shall hand in the government‚s resignation.
(2) The National Assembly shall be free to determine any other post or activity which a member of the Council of Ministers shall not hold or engage in.
Article 114. Pursuant to and in implementation of the laws, the Council of Ministers shall adopt decrees, ordinances and resolutions. The Council of Ministers shall promulgate rules and regulations by decree.
Article 115. A minister shall issue rules, regulations, instructions and orders.
(2) A law shall establish the conditions for the appointment and dismissal of state employees and the conditions on which they shall be free to belong to political parties and trade unions, as well as to exercise their right to strike.