1 The offices of Heads of State and Heads of the Governments of State[s] are notionally distinct. The former (typically King, Queen, or President) is the constitutional and titular ruler of the State; the latter (typically Prime Minister) is the head of the executive branch of the State’s government. But the two roles may be combined (as with the office of President of the United States). The nature, powers, style, and title of a State’s Head of Government are matters for the State to determine for itself.2 It is more difficult to identify precisely to whom the...
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