The Executive: The highest executive powers of the Federal Government are vested in the Prime Minister and in the Council of Ministers. The PM and the Council of Ministers are collectively responsible for all decisions they make as a body. The Prime Minister is the chief executive, the chairman of the Council of Ministers, and the Commander-in-Chief of the national armed forces. The PM submits for approval to the House of Peoples' Representatives nominees for ministerial posts from among members of the two Houses or from among persons who are not members of either House and possess the required qualifications. The Council of Ministers is responsible to the PM and, in all its decisions, is responsible to the House of Peoples' Representatives. The council of Ministers ensures the implementation of laws and decisions adopted by the HPRS. The Judiciary: The highest and final judicial power over Federal matters is vested in the Federal Supreme Court. The highest and final judicial power over State matters is vested in the State Supreme Courts. The House of Peoples' Representatives can, by a two-thirds majority vote, establish nationwide, or in some parts of the country only, the Federal High Court and First-Instance Courts it deems necessary. Unless decided in this manner, the jurisdictions of the Federal High Court and of the First-Instance courts are hereby delegates to the State Courts. State can establish State Supreme, High and First-Instance courts. Judicial powers both at federal and state levels are vested in the courts. Courts of any level are free from any interference or influence of any governmental body, government official or from any other source. Judges can exercise their functions in full independence and can be directed solely by the law.