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Jasa Prodanovic

Jasa Prodanovic was a Serbian politician and writer. Most of his life he fought against totalitarianism but in his senior years, he joined the communists to usurp the Old Order. In 1945, he became deputy prime minister of Yugoslavia and held the ...

Ministry of Industry (Spain)

The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism is the department of the Government of Spain responsible for the proposal and execution of the government policy on industry, trade and tourism, including among its competences the industrial developmen ...

Deputy minister (Sri Lanka)

In Sri Lanka, a Deputy Minister is politician in a government Ministry. A deputy minister serves as a deputy to a Cabinet Minister and is ranked below a State Minister.

Non-cabinet minister (Sri Lanka)

In Sri Lanka, a Non-cabinet minister is politician who is a Minister, but not a member of the Cabinet of Ministers. A non-cabinet minister is ranked below a cabinet minister, but above a deputy minister. A non-cabinet minister can be in charge of ...

Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden

The Swedish constitution allows the Prime Minister to appoint one of the Ministers in the cabinet as deputy prime minister, in case the Prime Minister for some reason is prevented from performing his or her duties. If a Deputy Prime Minister has ...

Minister for Justice (Sweden)

The Minister for Justice is the justice minister of Sweden and head of the Ministry of Justice. The current Minister for Justice is Morgan Johansson of the Social Democratic Party.

List of prime ministers of Sweden

The Prime Minister is the head of government in Sweden. Before the creation of the office of a Prime Minister in 1876, Sweden did not have a head of government separate from its head of state, namely the King, in whom the executive authority was ...

Khalid al-Ansari

Khalid al-Ansari served on Syrias court of economic security prior to his appointment to cabinet. In 1990, while serving as justice minister, he received a request from the government of East Germany for the extradition of Nazi war criminal Alois ...

Prime Minister of Tanzania

The prime minister of the United Republic of Tanzania is the leader of government business in the National Assembly. The position is subordinated to the president, the head of government. The functions and powers of the prime minister are describ ...

List of Prime Ministers of Thailand

The Prime Minister of Thailand is the head of government of the Kingdom of Thailand. The prime minister is also the chairman of the cabinet of Thailand and represents the government at home and the country abroad. The post of prime minister has e ...

List of prime ministers of Tunisia

There have been 15 Prime Ministers of Tunisia since the office came into existence in 1969. The position existed before independence as the King of Tunisia appointed a grand vizier to be the head of government. However, it was abolished when the ...

Prime Minister of the Republic of Tunisia

The prime minister of Tunisia is the head of government of Tunisia. The prime minister directs the executive branch along with the president, and, together with the prime ministers cabinet, is accountable to the chief of state, to the Assembly of ...

Mustapha Ben Ismaïl

Mustapha Ben Ismaïl, born around 1850 at Bizerte and died in 1887 at Istanbul, was a Tunisian politician. His origins are obscure and few details are known of his youth. Some hostile sources make him the son of a Jewish convert and an unknown Tun ...

Prime Minister of Turkey

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey was the head of government of the Republic of Turkey from 1920 to 2018. The prime minister was the leader of a political coalition in the Turkish parliament and the leader of the cabinet. The last hold ...

Prime Minister of Uganda

The prime minister of Uganda chairs the Cabinet of Uganda, although the president is the effective head of government. Ruhakana Rugunda has been the prime minister since 18 September 2014. The post of Prime Minister was created for the first time ...

Admiralty Advocate

The Admiralty Advocate was one of the Law Officers of the Crown. He represented the Crown in the High Court of Admiralty from 1661 to 1867. He was also known as the Advocate for the Affairs of the Admiralty.

Attorney-General of the Duchy of Lancaster

1996–2001: Richard McCombe fl. 1840: William Russell 1727–1728: Spencer Cowper 1654–1660: Nicholas Lechmere 1544–1566: John Caryll 1869: Park 1976–1980: Thomas Bingham 1989-1991: Jonathan Parker 1986-1989: Donald Rattee 1777–1810: John Ord 1970–1 ...

Judge of the High Court of Admiralty

The Judge of the High Court of Admiralty was established in 1483 he was the chief law officer of the High Court of Admiralty. The office holder was supported by various officials and existed until 1875.

Kings Advocate

See also Crown Advocate The Kings Advocate was one of the Law Officers of the Crown. He represented the Crown in the ecclesiastical courts of the Church of England, where cases were argued not by barristers but by advocates. In the nineteenth cen ...

Controller of the Navy (Royal Navy)

The post of Controller of the Navy was originally created in 1859 when the Surveyor of the Navys title changed to Controller of the Navy. In 1869 the controllers office was abolished and his duties were assumed by that of the Third Naval Lord who ...

Fifth Sea Lord

The Fifth Sea Lord was formerly one of the Naval Lords and members of the Board of Admiralty that controlled the Royal Navy. The posts incumbent had responsibility for naval aviation.

First Sea Lord

The First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff is the professional head of the United Kingdoms Royal Navy and the whole Naval Service. Originally the title was the Senior Naval Lord to the Board of Admiralty when the post was created in 1689. Th ...

Fourth Sea Lord

The Fourth Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Supplies originally known as the Fourth Naval Lord was formerly one of the Naval Lords and members of the Board of Admiralty which controlled the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom the post is currently known ...

Second Sea Lord

The Second Sea Lord is one of the most senior admirals of the British Royal Navy, responsible for personnel and naval shore establishments. Originally titled Second Naval Lord in 1830, the post was restyled Second Sea Lord in 1904. They are based ...

Ralph Delaval

Admiral Sir Ralph Delaval was an English admiral. He was a member of a junior branch of the Delaval family of Seaton Delaval, Northumberland. He was born at North Dissington, Ponteland, Northumberland, which estate he ultimately inherited and sol ...

List of ministerial by-elections to the Parliament of Great Britain

Ministerial by-elections to the Parliament of Great Britain at Westminster were held from 1707 to 1801, when a member of parliament was appointed as a minister in the government. Unlike most Westminster by-elections, ministerial by-elections were ...

List of ministerial by-elections to the Parliament of the United Kingdom

Ministerial by-elections to the Parliament of the United Kingdom at Westminster were held from 1801 to the 1920s when a member of parliament was appointed as a minister in the government. Unlike most Westminster by-elections, ministerial by-elect ...

Drug czar

Drug czar is an informal name for the person who directs drug-control policies in various areas. The term follows the informal use of the term czar in U.S. politics. The drug czar title first appeared in a 1982 news story by United Press Internat ...

Civil Liberties Protection Officer

Civil Liberties Protection Officer is the title of a position under the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence, created on December 7, 2005, with the appointment of Alex Joel by Director John Negroponte.

Deputy Prime Minister of Vietnam

The Deputy Prime Minister of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, known as Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers from 1981 to 1992, is one of the highest offices within the Central Government. The deputy prime minister has throughout its hist ...

United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is a United States court of appeals headquartered in Washington, D.C. The court was created by Congress with passage of the Federal Courts Improvement Act of 1982, which merged the United ...

Federal Circuit Bar Journal

The Federal Circuit Bar Journal is the official journal of the Federal Circuit Bar Association and the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. The journal embraces the entire scope of subject matter within the jurisdiction of the Federal Circuit Court ...

Howard T. Markey National Courts Building

The Howard T. Markey National Courts Building is a courthouse in Washington, D.C., which houses the United States Court of Federal Claims and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. It is located at 717 Madison Place NW, east ...

Air Comet Chile

Air Comet Chile was an airline based in Santiago, Chile, operating domestic passenger services. Its main base was Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport, Santiago.

Federal Airports Corporation

The Federal Airports Corporation was a business enterprise of the Government of Australia responsible for the operation of major passenger airports in Australia. It was established by the Hawke Labor Government by an Act of Parliament in 1987 and ...

Gas and Fuel Corporation of Victoria

The Gas and Fuel Corporation of Victoria was a government-owned monopoly supplier of household gas in Victoria, Australia. It was established in 1950 and took over two of the three main gas utilities in Melbourne - the Metropolitan Gas Company an ...

National Rail Corporation

The National Rail Corporation was an Australian rail operator established by the Federal, New South Wales and Victorian governments in February 1992. In February 2002 National Rail was sold to a Patrick Corporation and Toll Holdings consortium an ...

AN Tasrail

AN Tasrail was an Australian railway operator that operated the Tasmanian rail network from March 1978 until November 2009. It was a subsidiary of the Federal Governments Australian National until November 1997 when sold to Australian Transport N ...

Territory Generation

Territory Generation is a government owned corporation of the Northern Territory, established on 1 July 2014. It had previously been an operational business unit of Power and Water Corporation. Territory Generation owns and operates eight power s ...

Port Authority of New South Wales

The Port Authority of New South Wales, is a corporation owned by the State Government of New South Wales, Australia. The Port Authority acts as harbourmaster at the States six commercial seaports, managing shipping movements, safety, security and ...

Sydney Water

Sydney Water or formally, Sydney Water Corporation, is a New South Wales Government–owned statutory corporation that provides potable drinking water, wastewater and some stormwater services to Greater Metropolitan Sydney, the Illawarra and the Bl ...

TransGrid

TransGrid is the manager and operator of the high voltage electricity transmission network in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, Australia, and is part of the National Electricity Market. The companys offices are located in Can ...

WaterNSW

WaterNSW is a New South Wales Government–owned statutory corporation that is responsible for supplying the state’s bulk water needs, operating the state’s river systems and dams and the bulk water supply system for Greater Sydney and providing li ...

Port of Townsville

Port of Townsville is a government-owned Corporation and seaport in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. It is the third largest seaport in Queensland after Port of Brisbane and the Central Queensland Port in Gladstone. It is located south of the m ...

Queensland Investment Corporation

QIC is a Government owned investment company owned by the Queensland Government. It was founded on 1 July 1991 pursuant to the Queensland Investment Corporation Act 1991 to serve the long-term investment responsibilities of the Queensland Governm ...

Metro Tasmania

Metro Tasmania, commonly called Metro, a Tasmanian Government business enterprise, is the largest bus operator in the state of Tasmania, Australia, with operations in three of the four largest urban centres of Hobart, Launceston, and Burnie. Urba ...

TasWater

TasWater is Tasmanias water and sewage utility. It is responsible for providing drinking water across the state as well as collecting and treating sewage. It is owned by Tasmanias 29 Local Governments. TasWater commenced operations on 1 July 2013 ...

V/Line

V/Line is a government-owned corporation that operates regional passenger train and coach services in Victoria, Australia. It provides passenger train services on five commuter lines and eight long-distance routes from its major hub at Southern C ...

Water Corporation (Western Australia)

Water Corporation is the principal supplier of water, wastewater and drainage services throughout the state of Western Australia. It is the seventh successive agency to deal with the services in Perth, Western Australia. With offices in Perth, Bu ...

Agrani Bank

Agrani Bank is a state-owned commercial bank of Bangladesh established in 1972. Its headquarters is situated at Motijheel in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh.