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Definitions

  1. A President of the Executive Council is the presiding officer of an Executive Council in Commonwealth governments.
  2. A President of the Executive Council is the presiding officer of an Executive Council (and by extension, the cabinet) in Commonwealth governments. (Web site)
  3. The President of the Executive Council was the title of the Prime Minister of the Irish Free State from 1922-37. (Web site)

President of The Executive Council

  1. The method of appointment of the President of the Executive Council differed from the standard practice in other Commonwealth nations.
  2. The President of the House of Deputies occupies a non-salary position, and serves as Vice President of the Executive Council.
  3. The Nizam sent a delegation to Delhi on 11 July headed by the Nawab of Chhatari, President of the Executive Council, to meet Lord Mountbatten. (Web site)
  4. Gwinnett became president of the Executive Council, and he adopted several measures that were able to mortify his adversary, General M'Intosh.
  5. The party begun a legal case to challenge the requirement that it take the Oath, but the assassination of the Vice-President of the Executive Council (ie.

De Valera

  1. When Eamon de Valera became President of the Executive Council (prime minister) in 1932 he described Cosgrave's ministers' achievements simply.
  2. That freedom allowed de Valera, on becoming President of the Executive Council (February 1932) to go even further.
  3. When --amon de Valera became President of the Executive Council (prime minister) in 1932 he described Cosgrave's ministers' achievements simply.

Executive

  1. In British constitutional practice, the chairman of an Executive Council, acting in such a capacity, is known as a President of the Executive Council. (Web site)
  2. Executive: Chris Patten has been serving as governor and president of the Executive Council since July 9, 1992. (Web site)

Ireland

  1. Unlike the modern Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland, the President of the Executive Council did not have authority to dismiss ministers individually. (Web site)
  2. In 1937 the office of President of the Executive Council was replaced by that of Taoiseach, under the terms of the new Constitution of Ireland.
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