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SCHREYER
RELIGIOUS ROLE
LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR
PRINCE RICHARD
PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARIES
EARL GREY
INDIA LORD HARDINGE
IMPORTANT CEREMONIAL ROLE
EXCLUSIVE ADVICE
RESPONSIBILITIES RELATING
GOVERNOR-GENERAL ACTING
CANADIAN GOVERNOR-GENERAL
VICE-REGAL REPRESENTATIVE
IRISH FREE STATE
DUTCH EAST INDIES
LORD ELLENBOROUGH
JAPANESE GOVERNOR-GENERAL
HERMAN WILLEM DAENDELS
FORMER GOVERNOR-GENERAL ADRIENNE CLARKSON
FORMER GOVERNOR-GENERAL
BRITISH GOVERNOR-GENERAL
FIRST GOVERNOR-GENERAL
COURT
SUBORDINATE
KOREA
ORDER
PRECEDENCE
RULE
BILL
PROCLAMATION
BRITAIN
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
LEGISLATURE
INDEPENDENCE
PHILIPPINES
CROWN
POWER
POWERS
WAR CRIMES
OFFICIALS
SUPPORT
LEGISLATION
TUVALU
ELIZABETH
HOUSE
ARMENIANS
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Definitions

  1. The Governor-General is formally appointed by the Queen, on the advice of the Prime Minister of the country concerned. (Web site)
  2. The Governor-General is appointed by the Monarch upon the advice of the Prime Minister of New Zealand.
  3. The Governor-General is the Commander-in-Chief of the Australian Defence Force, although in practice he or she acts only on the advice of Ministers.
  4. The Governor-General is formally appointed by the Queen, following the specific request of the Prime Minister of the country concerned. (Web site)
  5. The Governor-General is usually a person with a distinguished record of public service, more often than not a former politician. (Web site)

Schreyer

  1. Schreyer resigned as party leader in January 1979, after being appointed Governor-General of Canada on the advice of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.

Religious Role

  1. Neither the Queen, the Governor-General, nor any Governor has any religious role in Australia. (Web site)

Lieutenant-Governor

  1. Craig concurrently held the positions of Governor-General of the Canadas and lieutenant-governor of Lower Canada from 1807 to 1811.

Prince Richard

  1. When he was four months old, Prince Richard accompanied his parents to Australia, where his father was Governor-General from 1945 to 1947.

Parliamentary Secretaries

  1. A quorum for meetings is the Governor-General and two serving ministers or parliamentary secretaries.

Earl Grey

  1. Between 1850 and 1861, the Governor of New South Wales was titled Governor-General in an early attempt at federalism imposed by Earl Grey. (Web site)
  2. In 1910 Lord Baden-Powell asked the Earl Grey, then the Governor-General of Canada, to take the lead in developing Scouting in Canada. (Web site)

India Lord Hardinge

  1. In 1844, the Governor-General of India Lord Hardinge allowed private entrepreneurs to set up a rail system in India. (Web site)

Important Ceremonial Role

  1. As Commander-in-Chief, the Governor-General has an important ceremonial role to play.

Exclusive Advice

  1. She is represented by the Governor-General, whom she appoints on the exclusive advice of the Prime Minister. (Web site)

Responsibilities Relating

  1. The Governor-General administers all responsibilities relating to Australian honours on the Queen's behalf.

Governor-General Acting

  1. In the constitution, the words "Governor-General-in-council" mean the Governor-General acting with the advice of the Council.
  2. This refers to the Governor-General acting with the advice of the Executive Council.

Canadian Governor-General

  1. He received an Air Canada Heart of Gold award in 1988, and was granted a coat-of-arms from the Canadian Governor-General 's office in 1993.

Vice-Regal Representative

  1. Outside the United Kingdom, the Queen appoints a Governor-General to act as her vice-regal representative.
  2. Further, the Governor-General acts as vice-regal representative to the Australian Capital Territory.

Irish Free State

  1. Under the constitution of 1922 he was nominated by the Dil and appointed by the Governor-General of the Irish Free State. (Web site)
  2. I have never seen a reference to a special flag for the Governor-General of the Irish Free State.

Dutch East Indies

  1. The couple had eight sons, one of whom, Abraham van Riebeeck, would become a Governor-General of Dutch East Indies.

Lord Ellenborough

  1. For the recovery of Afghanistan, Lord Ellenborough, the governor-general, sought (spring 1842) the cooperation of the Sikhs.
  2. In 1844 he succeeded Lord Ellenborough as governor-general of India.

Japanese Governor-General

  1. Chiang sent Chen Yi to Taipei to accept the instrument of surrender from General Rikichi Ando, Japanese governor-general of Taiwan, on October 25, 1945.

Herman Willem Daendels

  1. The governor-general of the Dutch East Indies, Herman Willem Daendels (1762 - 1818), fortified the island of Java against possible British attack.
  2. Under Napoleon's “Kingdom of Holland,” one of his marshals, Herman Willem Daendels, was appointed as governor-general.

Former Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson

  1. The sitting premier of Saskatchewan, Lorne Calvert, also appeared in an episode, as has former Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson.

Former Governor-General

  1. On the death of the Governor-General or a former Governor-General. (Web site)
  2. Sir Paul Reeves is a former Governor-General of New Zealand who served from 1984 to 1990.

British Governor-General

  1. This was once highlighted when the foreign minister of the Sikh Empire, a Muslim named Fakir Azizuddin, had a meeting with the British Governor-General.
  2. He escorted Kanvar Partap Singh during his meeting with Lord Ellenborough, the British governor-general, at Farozpur in December 1842.

First Governor-General

  1. The first Governor-General and Council were named in the Act; their successors were to be elected by the East India Company's Court of Directors.
  2. He was the last Viceroy and first Governor-General of independent India, and First Sea Lord, as was his father, Prince Louis of Battenberg.
  3. Bill Hayden was the first Governor-General to have no title, although as a former Federal Minister, he has the style " The Honourable ".

Court

  1. Until 1858, the Governor-General was selected by the Court of Directors of the British East India Company, to whom he was responsible. (Web site)

Subordinate

  1. This individual is not subordinate to the Governor-General and acts as the local representative of the Queen in right of New Zealand.
  2. It was headed by a governor, subordinate to the U.S. Governor-General of the Philippine Islands.

Korea

  1. The inspection by the Japanese governor-general of Korea led to several of its scenes being cut out.

Order

  1. Meetings do not require the Governor-General's attendance, but the Governor-General must be notified of the meeting in order for it to be valid.
  2. Avison has already been rightly honoured in her career with two Governor-General’s Awards (1960 and 1989) and is an officer of the Order of Canada.

Precedence

  1. The Governor-General used the style Excellency and enjoyed precedence over all other government officials in India.

Rule

  1. Many other media organizations in Canada ignore this rule, however, and use the more conventional "governor-general" spelling. (Web site)

Bill

  1. In other nations, including Australia and Canada, the Governor-General merely signs the bill. (Web site)

Proclamation

  1. The Governor-General may, by Proclamation, appoint such other flags and ensigns of Australia as he thinks fit. (Web site)

Britain

  1. The first Governor-General, Lord Hopetoun, asked to be recalled to Britain in 1903 over a dispute about funding for the post.
  2. Britain expected there to be a Governor-General and a loyalty oath to the King. (Web site)

Lieutenant Governor

  1. In the Canadian case, the Lieutenant Governor nominally is appointed by the Governor-General and in practice is named by the federal Prime Minister. (Web site)

Legislature

  1. Sir James Henry Craig, Governor-General of Lower Canada at the time, dismissed Hart from the legislature in both 1808 and 1809.

Independence

  1. Far from being granted independence, Tashkent became the capital of the new territory of Russian Turkistan, with Kaufman as first Governor-General. (Web site)

Philippines

  1. Wood, who was appointed governor-general of the Philippines in 1921, found himself bitterly opposed by the Filipino advocates of independence. (Web site)
  2. Wood moved onward and upward, soon thereafter becoming Army chief of staff and eventually returning to the Philippines as governor-general. (Web site)
  3. In 1783, the Spanish claimed Batanes as part of the Philippines under the auspices of Governor-General Jose Basco y Vargas. (Web site)

Crown

  1. The Vice-Regal Salute is played only for the governor-general and each governor, because they represent the Crown.
  2. The Crown returned to Waitangi in 2002, with the governor-general, attorney general and prime minister all in attendance. (Web site)
  3. In 1936, the 1922 Constitution was amended to remove references to the King, Crown and Governor-General of the Irish Free State.

Power

  1. The Government of India Act 1858 vested the power to appoint the Governor-General in the Sovereign.
  2. Once the power passes into the hands of the legislature, the Governor or the Governor-General is never going to interfere.
  3. The Governor-General has the power to appoint and dismiss Prime Ministers and to dissolve Parliament.

Powers

  1. Convention prevents the Governor-General from using these powers in all realistic circumstances (see Reserve Powers below).
  2. The Act also gives powers to the Governor-General to approve new official flags.
  3. The governor-general in turn exercises the powers of a constitutional monarch with a few symbolic, figurehead duties.

War Crimes

  1. Although Kuniaki was the governor-general of Korea, 1942-44, that doesnt mean that he committed any war crimes in Korea, against Koreans.

Officials

  1. Members of various executive agencies and other officials are appointed by the governor-general, including High Court justices. (Web site)
  2. When at sea, only the Governor-General flew the flag from the mainmast, while other officials flew it from the foremast.
  3. It would be presided over by the Governor-General and consist of the Prime Minister and 10 other officials. (Web site)

Support

  1. The government of Jean Chrtien did not endorse the marriages, although Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson sent a personal letter of support.
  2. Having lost the support of his fellow officers, Ugaki resigned from the military and once again accepted a posting as Governor-General of Korea.

Legislation

  1. Much as he might like an early race, election dates are now fixed by legislation and he can't just ask the Governor-General to dissolve Parliament.

Tuvalu

  1. She is represented in Tuvalu by a Governor-General, who is appointed upon the advice of the prime minister. (Web site)
  2. The Governor-General of Tuvalu is responsible for conducting the election, and for proclaiming the winner. (Web site)

Elizabeth

  1. Elizabeth II, as the Queen of New Zealand, is the Head of State and, in her absence, is represented by a non-partisan Governor-General.

House

  1. Parliament also includes the Governor-General and the the upper house, the House of Lords.
  2. He may be removed from office by a vote of the House, or he may resign his office or his seat by writing addressed to the Governor-General. (Web site)

Armenians

  1. February 14 Tahir Jevdet, the governor-general of Van Province, is reported saying that the government must begin finishing the Armenians in Van at once.

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