10 Presidents’ cabinets in different countries
If you have always been interested in workplaces of the heads of state, we bring to your attention this interesting collection.
Almost every one of us has dreamed of becoming president, only in order to live like them, have their homes and offices. This desire is understandable, because the heads of state have such houses and workplaces that make heads spin. They have dozens of luxury rooms, filled with chic furnishings, elegant interiors sometimes in the spirit of a palace.
The president uses the Oval Office as their primary place of work. He usually chooses the Oval Office as a backdrop for a televised address to the nation and to meet with leaders of foreign countries. The Oval Office has three large windows facing south, and 4 doors.
The office of the President is located in the center of the business part of the residence. The Cabinet is small and most convenient for work. In the center of the room is the president’s desk. Above the table there is the emblem of the Russian Federation. Closer to the window one more table – for negotiations, business meetings and meetings with close aides.
The office of German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks extremely modest: inexpensive desktop phones, monitor, business card holder, a lamp and a globe.
The president uses three rooms with a total area of 128.8 square meters for his working meetings and conferences: an office, a reception room with workplace assistant and a meeting room.
President Muhammad Bukhari after the inauguration works in his home office.
Very minimalistic office. On the table there is a computer and writing implements. You can immediately see that the state administration isn’t a creative profession.
The office of the President of Argentina Cristina Kirchner looks quite representative. On the table a lot of books and manuals.
Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, as seen from his office, he prefers laptops rather than paper information.
Greek leader in the background of his seat. On the table there is a stack of papers and a very impressive library behind.
Perhaps the most minimalistic office belongs to the president of Vietnam.