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Appointments Committee of the Cabinet

The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet decides appointments to several top posts under the Government of India. The committee is composed of the Prime Minister of India, the Minister of Home Affairs. Originally the Minister in-charge of the co ...

                                               

National Authority for Chemical Weapons Convention

National Authority for Chemical Weapons Convention or NACWC is an office in Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India, established on 29 April 1997 by a resolution of the Cabinet and was later accorded a statutory status through Chemical Weapons C ...

                                               

Moeldoko

Dr. Moeldoko is an Indonesian government official and retired general serving as the current Chief of Staff of Presidency for President Joko Widodo, previously serving as Commander of the Indonesian National Armed Forces. He graduated from the In ...

                                               

Secretariat of Public Security

The Mexican Secretariat of Public Security or Secretariat of Public Safety, also known as Ministry of Public Security and Ministry of Public Safety, was the federal ministry of the Mexican Executive Cabinet that aimed to preserve freedom, order, ...

                                               

Liconsa

Liconsa S.A. de C.V. is a Mexican parastatal company subsidized by the Federal government of Mexico depending on the Secretariat of Social Development. Created as part of a series of social support programs, its function is industrialize and comm ...

                                               

1999 Swiss Federal Council election

Elections to the Swiss Federal Council were held on 15 December 1999 to elect all seven members of Switzerlands Federal Council. The 246 members of the United Federal Assembly elect the seven members individually by an absolute majority of votes, ...

                                               

2003 Swiss Federal Council election

Elections to the Swiss Federal Council were held on 10 December 2003 to elect all seven of Switzerlands Federal Council. The 246 members of the United Federal Assembly elect the seven members individually by an absolute majority of votes, with th ...

                                               

2006 Swiss Federal Council election

On 14 June 2006, a by-election was held for the vacant seat of Joseph Deiss on the Federal Council, the government of Switzerland. The joint chambers of the Federal Assembly elected Doris Leuthard of the Christian Democratic Peoples Party of Swit ...

                                               

2007 Swiss Federal Council election

On December 12, 2007, all seven members of the Federal Council, the government of Switzerland, were elected by the joint chambers of the Federal Assembly for the 2008–2012 term of office. Councillors are elected individually by an absolute majori ...

                                               

2008 Swiss Federal Council election

On 10 December 2008, the Swiss Federal Assembly elected Ueli Maurer as successor to Federal Councillor Samuel Schmid. Schmid resigned on 12 November 2008 after a number of controversies, officially citing health and personal reasons. Maurer took ...

                                               

2009 Swiss Federal Council election

A by-election to the Swiss Federal Council was held in Switzerland on 16 September 2009, after incumbent Federal Councillor Pascal Couchepin announced his intention to retire on 31 October 2009. Some saw the election as an important decision rega ...

                                               

2010 Swiss Federal Council election

Two by-elections to the Swiss Federal Council were held in Switzerland on 22 September 2010, after Federal Councillor Moritz Leuenberger announced he would leave the Federal Council effective 31 December 2010 and Federal Councillor Hans-Rudolf Me ...

                                               

2011 Swiss Federal Council election

An election for all seven members of the Federal Council, the government of Switzerland, was held on 14 December 2011, following the federal election on 23 October 2011. Micheline Calmy-Rey announced she would not run for re-election to the counc ...

                                               

2015 Swiss Federal Council election

An election for all seven members of the Federal Council, the government of Switzerland, was held on 9 December 2015, following the federal election on 19 October 2015. Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf, a member of the Conservative Democratic Party BDP, a ...

                                               

Cabinet Office

The Cabinet Office is a department of the Government of the United Kingdom responsible for supporting the Prime Minister and Cabinet of the United Kingdom. It is composed of various units that support Cabinet committees and which co-ordinate the ...

                                               

Efficiency and Reform Group

The Efficiency and Reform Group, established in 2010, was part of the Cabinet Office which worked in partnership with HM Treasury to form the corporate centre for UK Government. Its objectives were to reform the way government works and to suppor ...

                                               

Office of the Parliamentary Counsel (United Kingdom)

The Office of the Parliamentary Counsel is responsible for drafting all government Bills that are introduced to Parliament. Established in 1869, the OPC has been part of various departments and is currently part of the Cabinet Office. Led by Eliz ...

                                               

2012 British cabinet reshuffle

British prime minister David Cameron conducted the first major reshuffle of his coalition government on 4 September 2012. The reshuffle, nearly two and a half years after the government was sworn in, was highly anticipated, and eschewed the trend ...

                                               

2014 British cabinet reshuffle

British prime minister David Cameron reshuffled the Conservative members of his coalition government on 15 July 2014. The reshuffle, intended to strengthen his partys position in advance of the 2015 general election, had been long anticipated, as ...

                                               

2018 British cabinet reshuffle

Theresa May carried out the first "refresh" of her minority government in January 2018. Following the resignation of Damian Green as First Secretary of State in December 2017, the reshuffle had been highly anticipated and briefed in the press. Th ...

                                               

Unsuccessful nominations to the Cabinet of the United States

Members of the Cabinet of the United States are nominated by the president and are then confirmed or rejected by the Senate. Listed below are unsuccessful cabinet nominees - that is, individuals who were nominated and who either declined their ow ...

                                               

List of members of the House of Assembly of Dominica

Due to the opposition boycott of the House of Assembly, only five senators were initially appointed.

                                               

List of members of the Council of Representatives of Iraq, 2005–2010

The members of the first Iraqi Council of Representatives were elected in December 2005 under the newly adopted constitution. The main functions of the Council were to: Elect the first permanent government of Iraq since the invasion and occupatio ...

                                               

Josep Calva

Josep Calva was born in 1854 in Les Escaldes, Andorra. He was the general syndic of the general councillor of the Valles of Andorra between 1898 and 1901. He was the last administrator of the Guilde of Tisserants of Andorra created in 1604. Two b ...

                                               

Sona Ghazaryan

Sona Ara Ghazaryan is an Armenian politician who has served as a member of the National Assembly since 2018. She is a member of the My Step Alliance.

                                               

List of Members of the Belarusian Parliament, 1990–95

Hienadz Karpienka Viktar Kucynski Valancin Holubieŭ Vyachaslau Kebich Piotr Kraŭcanka Gennady Grushevoy Anatol Niatylkin Leanid Kozik Inesa Drabyseŭskaja Uladzimir Hancaryk Alexander Lukashenko Ivan Karatcenia Alaksandar Hierasimienka Michail Mar ...

                                               

List of members of the Federal Parliament of Belgium, 1999–2003

For members of the Belgian Federal Parliament, see: List of members of the Senate of Belgium, 1999–2003 List of members of the Chamber of Representatives of Belgium, 1999–2003

                                               

List of members of the Federal Parliament of Belgium, 2003–2007

For members of the Belgian Federal Parliament, see: List of members of the Chamber of Representatives of Belgium, 2003–2007 List of members of the Senate of Belgium, 2003–2007

                                               

Current members of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly

The 2015–2020 Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia is the second class of the Bolivian legislature, also known as the Plurinational Legislative Assembly, to go by that name. The Assembly is controlled in both houses by the governing Move ...

                                               

Bolivian National Congress, 1993–97

CONDEPA – Conscience of Fatherland ARBOL – Bolivian Renewal Alliance UCS – Solidarity Civic Union AP – Patriotic Accord. Electoral alliance formed by Nationalist Democratic Action, ADN; Christian Democratic Party, PDC; Revolutionary Left Movement ...

                                               

List of members of the National Assembly of Botswana 2009–14

This is a list of the members of the National Assembly of Botswana between 2009 and 2014. There were 57 constituency MPs and 4 specially elected MPs. They were elected in the 2009 general elections. Following the elections, several MPs broke away ...

                                               

List of members of the National Assembly of Botswana 2014–19

This is a list of the members of the unicameral National Assembly of Botswana between 2014 and 2019. There were 63 seats in the assembly consisting of 57 MPs directly elected from constituencies, 4 specially elected MPs and 2 ex officio members; ...

                                               

List of elected politicians in the British Virgin Islands

Since the restoration of democracy in the British Virgin Islands in 1950, only a comparatively small number of persons have been elected to political office. Although elections are held approximately every three or four years, the small size of t ...

                                               

Srdan Gjurkovic

Srdan Gjurkovic is a Croatian politician serving as President of the Finance and Central Budget Committee. His mandate in the Croatian Parliament started in 2011, when he was elected as the representative from the Xth constituency. Left-centre or ...

                                               

Giorgos Georgiou (Cypriot politician)

                                               

Moumin Bahdon Farah

Moumin Bahdon Farah was a Djiboutian politician and the President of the Social Democratic Peoples Party. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1978 to 1993 and Minister of Justice from 1993 to 1996. Concurrently, he was a member of the Nationa ...

                                               

Brunhilde Hanke

Brunhilde Hanke is a German retired politician who was mayor of Potsdam and a member of the State Council of East Germany.

                                               

Eveline Klett

Eveline Klett is a German former politician who was a member of the State Council of East Germany, the countrys collective head of state, from 1986 until 1989.

                                               

Margarete Muller

Margarete Muller is a German retired politician who was a member of the State Council of East Germany and, between 1963 and 1989, of the Central Committee of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany. She was a candidate member of the SED politburo un ...

                                               

Anni Neumann

Anni Neumann is a retired East German politician who served between 1967 and 1971 as a member of the State Council of East Germany.

                                               

Monika Werner

Monika Werner is a German former politician who was a member of the State Council of East Germany, the countrys collective head of state, from 1986 until 1990.

                                               

List of members of the parliament of East Timor, 2001–07

This is a list of members of the National Parliament of East Timor as elected at the 2001 election. They initially sat as the Constituent Assembly before the nation was granted independence in 2002, but reformed themselves into the National Assem ...

                                               

Walter Biere

Walter Biere, of Gold Hill, Shaftesbury, Dorset, was an English Member of Parliament. He was a Member MP of the Parliament of England for Shaftesbury in 1393, 1395, January 1397, September 1397, 1399, 1402, 1410, May 1413, November 1414 and 1417. ...

                                               

John Bremle

John Bremle, was an English Member of Parliament. He was a Member MP of the Parliament of England for Shaftesbury in 1407. He is unidentified.

                                               

Robert Brigham (fl.1377-1402)

Robert Brigham, was an English Member of Parliament. He was a Member MP of the Parliament of England for Cambridge in October 1377, 1386, 1394, 1395 and 1402. He was the son of Cambridge MP, Robert Brigham and his wife, Maud. Brigham married Isab ...

                                               

Thomas Cammell

Thomas Cammell, of Shaftesbury, Dorset, was an English Member of Parliament. He was a Member MP of the Parliament of England for Dorchester in 1372 and for Shaftesbury in 1381, May 1382, April 1384, November 1384, 1385, February 1388, January 139 ...

                                               

Hugh Croxhale

Hugh Croxhale, of Shaftesbury, Dorset, was an English Member of Parliament, mayor and cloth merchant. He married a woman named Alice; it is thought that they had one son. He was a Member MP of the Parliament of England for Shaftesbury in Septembe ...

                                               

Thomas Cuttyng

Thomas Cuttyng, of Wilton, Wiltshire, was an English Member of Parliament. He was a Member MP of the Parliament of England for Wilton in January 1377, February 1383, February 1388, January 1390, 1394, 1395 and 1399. The last recorded mention of h ...

                                               

John Gapputh

John Gapputh or Gapper or Gapworth, of Shaftesbury, Dorset, was an English Member of Parliament and businessman. He was a Member MP of the Parliament of England for Shaftesbury in October 1553, April 1554 and October 1554. He was probably Mayor o ...

                                               

Thomas Haselmere

Thomas Haselmere of Shaftesbury, Dorset, was an English Member of Parliament. He was a Member MP of the Parliament of England for Shaftesbury in April 1414. He was Mayor of Shaftesbury 1414–15. He was a descendant of John Haselmere, mayor of Shaf ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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