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|Ministry of Executive and Foreign Affairs|
|Ministerium von Internem und Außenpolitik|
|Seal for the Ministry Executive and Foreign Affairs|
|Formed||March 30, 2009|
|Jurisdiction||The Prussian Empire|
|Headquarters||Quarthe, Germany, Prussian Empire|
|Ministers responsible|| Alfred von Schliefen, Minister of Executive and Foreign Affairs|
Maximilain Droste, Deputy Minister of Executive and Foreign Affairs
|Agency executives|| Goetzpeter Hess, Senior Officer for Diplomacy |
Rupprecht Rochholz, Senior Officer for Policy
Count Diethelm Graf von Kienstadt, Senior Officer for Administration
|Parent agency||General Staff|
|Child agencies|| Prussian Foreign Affairs Agency|
Prussian Internal Administration Agency
The Ministry of Executive and Foreign Affairs of the Prussian Empire is the main government agency responsible for administrating both the internal bureaucracy of the Prussian government as well as its diplomatic corps. The Ministry is without question the most significantly large of the 7 Ministerial Offices of the Prussian Empire, as it is the biggest player in both internal and external affairs. The Ministry is split into two departments, the Department External and the Department External, which both individually manage their own respective areas. It also has 2 other agencies that operate under its authority; the Prussian Foreign Affairs Agency and the Prussian Internal Administration Agency.
The Ministry of Executive and Foreign Affairs is the most significant in terms of the Constitution. It is directly run by the Chief of General Staff, who also serves as leader of the nation and its Head of Government. It operates as the arm of the office of Chief of General Staff, though it technically is a separate Ministry and subject to the rules laid out in the Constitution and other guiding documents in the Council of Ministers of the Prussian Empire.
Its authority is laid out in the Constitution in the following clause.
- The sole Ministry that acts as the hand, arm and tool of the office of the Chief of General Staff and his government. No area of the government is outside of his jurisdiction, though through the Ministry he directly controls the Bureaucracy and Diplomatic Corps of the Empire. No other Ministry may override its decisions nor hold jurisdiction in its area of operation.
Though the Constitution is vague regarding the exact powers held by the Ministry, it follows the document written by von Schliefen called "On the Role and Structure of the Ministries," written after the adoption of the Constitution.
Departments and OfficesEdit
The Ministry of Prosperity is organized into 2 separate departments and several Offices in order to better manage the Ministry's responsibilities.
There are 2 child agencies of the Ministry of Prosperity, each of which cooperate with all three Departments.
Prussian Foreign Affairs AgencyEdit
Prussian Internal Administration AgencyEdit
Prussian Empire Prussian Society