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ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE

chief. The prime minister, who is the chief of the cabinet, is appointed by the king, but the king's selection is practically limited to some one of a very small number of persons. The person selected must be capable of leading the political party to which he belongs, and the selection is often indicated by the public opinion of the country. The other members of the cabinet, being the king's ministers, are also appointed by him, and, technically, may be dismissed by him. But they are practically selected by the prime minister, who takes care to choose persons who are likely to command the confidence of his party and to conduct the business of the government efficiently in parliament. If a member of the cabinet, or a minister who is not in the cabinet, finds himself unable to reconcile his political opinions on some vital point with those of his chief, he resigns his office, and a minister whose conduct or action has incurred the disapproval of parliament has sometimes been compelled to resign. But the experiment once tried by William IV of dismissing his ministers by the exercise of personal will is not likely to be repeated.
What is called the solidarity of the cabinet, by which is meant their collective responsibility for the acts and defaults of individual members of their body, and the special responsibility of the prime minister, as their chief, for their acts, and even for their words, is a principle which has been developed by a

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