The supreme organ of power is the People's Power National Assembly, which has constitutional and legislatives authority. It is elected by free, direct and secret vote. It holds two ordinary sessions and meets extraordinarily when requested by more than 50 percent of deputies.
The People's Power National Assembly appoints the Council of State, which is the organ that represents it between sessions, has a collegiate nature and, for national and international purposes, is the maximum representative of the State. The president of the Council of State is the president of the Republic.
The State's executive function is performed through the Council of Ministers, which is the maximum executive and administrative organ, and makes up the Government of the Republic. Its members are appointed by the People's Power National Assembly at the proposal of the Council of State.
The People's Supreme Court and the other tribunals exercise the judicial function. The tribunals make up a system of state organs that are structured with functional independence from any other and are hierarchically subordinated to the People's Power National Assembly and to the Council of State.