The weekly cabinet meeting will take place on Monday and not Sunday as usual, due to bureaucratic reasons.
According to law, the attorney-general and the government's secretary must be allowed to review material that will be discussed during the meeting 48 hours in advance.
The cabinet had planned to convene once on Sunday to discuss the economy and then again on Monday to discuss security and diplomatic matters, but the discussion of the economy was postponed by a week.
During Monday's meeting, cabinet ministers will also consider a proposal to split the Science and Culture Ministry into two separate ministries.
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