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The regional government is the governing body of the Region, as established by art. 121 of the Constitution.
It is a collegial body composed of the chairman of the regional government and the councillors. The activity of the government is coordinated by the President of the Region and has legislative, executive and administrative powers.
The Regional government has its own functions, distinct from those attributed to the President of the Region and those delegated by the individual councillors, considered as managers of the regional offices.
In particular, its powers are legislative, executive and administrative: