In matters of particular importance, the President may convene the Cabinet Council. The Council is made up of the Council of Ministers presided over by the President. The decision on convening the Cabinet Council shall only be taken by the President where he decides that any particular issue or issues are sufficiently important that it constitutes a "matter of particular importance". The positions presented by in the process of the Cabinet Council's debate as well as the agreements being made are not legally binding but are politically significant. Therefore, the President may draw the Council’s attention to issues of particular importance and demand information as to the intentions or actions taken by the government in such areas. He may also agree with the Council of Ministers the common strategy in specific issues.