Role of the Cabinet secretariat: The Cabinet has a secretariat with a Secretary-General as its head. It plays an important coordination role in the decision-making at the highest level. It operates under the supervision and direction of the Prime Minister. It prepares the agenda of the Cabinet meeting, prepares minutes of the meeting, and arranges follow-up action for the implementation of the decision taken in the meeting.
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