As per the answer to Can the US President fire government employees for poor performance? it seems like government employees are very hard to fire in the US. Are there developed countries where this isn’t so and elected officials can terminate any government worker with ease?
I presume government employees are quite easy to fire in places like China or Russia, but curious if any developed countries share the same practice.
Definition of "easy to fire": the head of the state/government (or their secretaries) can terminate any person directly employed by the government on the spot, without the possibility of appealing the decision. Said employee might receive some compensation and 3+ months of severance, but their employment is immediately terminated.
The question might be refined in this way: Are there any OECD countries where rank-and-file government employees (as opposed to top level political appointees) can be fired without cause?