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17/2011 Appointing Undersecretaries at the Ministry of Manpower
Councilman Frank Ferry proposed appointing a replacement using a citizen's panel to interview candidates and select a group of finalists for the council to choose from.
In arbitrations the United States governed by the Rules of the American Arbitration Association, one issue that regularly arises is the ability of a party-appointed arbitrator to communicate with its appointing party during the arbitration process.
Latino leaders in Salt Lake City swiftly denounced the mayor for appointing an Anglo, while members of the Christian right lambasted him for appointing a lesbian.
This relationship, however, is normally controlled by the particular Supreme Court order appointing the receiver in outlining the obligations and duties of all involved parties.