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Senior leader of Pakistan People's Party (PPP), Aitzaz Ahsan speaking from the floor of the upper house said the government is indeed incompetent but a state institution has no right to issue a statement, judging the performance of an elected government.
The central bank is the last functioning state institution in the North African nation where the government and elected parliament have relocated to a remote eastern city.
Arief added that Ford's crew and those who were helping him in Indonesia must be questioned to find out their motives for harassing a state institution and if necessary, they will be deported.
At the beginning of September, the Tourism Directorate of the Ministry of Economy and Energy became the first State institution to move from the capital Sofia to the second largest city of Plovdiv under the relocation plan.
He noted, during the opening of the 7th pan-African forum on public service and state institution modernisation, that this plan is based on reinforcing the institutional framework, accountability, oversight and transparency.
But to expect that the 18th Amendment will by itself ensure that no state institution can overstep its constitutional purview in the future is not yet a settled matter.
My brother, Steve, was placed in a state institution when he was 9 years old in 1966.
King apparently did not find Dobson's answer to his liking and prodded further, asking, "Why is it a state institution rather than a religious institution?
He said that army is a strong state institution as well as part of the system.
Summary: Syria's prime minister has voiced support for establishing a state institution to deal with the affairs of martyrs' families, state-run news agency SANA said Thursday.

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