The Ministry for Energy and Mines is responsible for the creation and implementation of governmental policy in the areas of mines, geology and energy as well as monitoring other sectors under its jurisdiction. It ensures the protection of relevant companies and public bodies.
As part of its responsibilities the Finance Ministry is in charge of financial and monetary issues, including credit and exterior finance policies.
It also ensures the financial protection of business and public bodies or those with state involvement and, when required, it contributes significantly to their transfer to the private sector as part of the legislative and regulatory framework of the privatisation process.
The ministry of Industry, Commerce, Investment and the Digital economy is in charge of the creation and implementation of governmental policies in the field of industry, commerce, and new technologies subject to the devolved responsibilities given to other ministerial departments by the laws and regulations in force.
The Ministry for Equipment, Transport and Logistics writes and implements, as part of the laws and regulations in force, the governmental policy on roads, ports, railways, as well as air and maritime affairs.
It writes and implements the governmental policy in road, railway, air and sea travel. It also works to define the governmental policy on road safety and coordinates its implementation.