Article 56 – State Administration

1. The State Administration is the public entity responsible for exercising the executive functions conferred to the Government by this Constitution.

2. It is governed by the principles of objectivity, safeguarding of general interests, and subservience to the law and public service.

3. In accordance with the principle of transparency, the Administration shall make public at least once a year the necessary information to enable citizens to evaluate its managerial effectiveness.