Governor General


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Governor General

the representative of the Crown in Commonwealth countries.
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It split the ordinance where the governor general had to act on the advice of ministers - this part never came into force - and when he acts without the advice of ministers.
King Abdullah will also pay an official visit to New Zealand on November 28, during which he will hold talks with Governor General Patsy Reddy, Prime Minister John Key and other officials and parliamentary leaders.
In Baguio, Luke Wright, governor general in 1904-1906, is remembered through a Pool of Pines named Wright Park, and Leonard Wood, governor general in 1921-1927, through a street in his name.
10) My research suggested a large majority agreed that the Governor General had discretion in 2008 to refuse the Prime Minister's request.
Governor General Allen pledged to extend his full support and the Jamaican government's cooperation in this endeavor.
Governor General also emphasized the importance of people to people contact and reiterated the support of the Government of Papua New Guinea at the forthcoming CHOGM and wished the event all the success.
This document, the most important of a series on the Office of the Governor General and the first to be signed by a Canadian Prime Minister, has been used to claim for the Governor General the status of "head of state", sometimes de facto, sometimes de jure, but always incorrectly, as Mr.
and Canada Muktar Jumaliev presented his credentials to Governor General of Canada David Lloyd Johnston on May 18.
Wellington, Oct 14 (ANI): Television New Zealand chairman Sir John Anderson and Chief Executive Rick Ellis have personally apologised to Governor General Sir Anand Satyanand for remarks by broadcaster Paul Henry, suggesting he did not look or sound like a New Zealander.
MUSCAT | Anand Satyanand, Governor General Of New Zealand received at the governor-generalEoe1/4aos headquarters in Wellington yesterday Khalid bin Hashil bin Mohammed Al Maslahi who presented his credentials as the SultanateEoe1/4aos extraordinary, plenipotentiary, accredited and non-resident ambassador to New Zealand.
The MoU was signed between the governor general of Iran's West Azerbaijan province, Vahid Jalalzade, and the governor general of Turkey's Van Province, Monir Karal Oglu.
In late 2008, Prime Minister Stephen Harper paid two notable visits to the Governor General of Canada at Rideau Hall and offered Her Excellency, Michaelle Jean, advice which sparked controversy among intellectuals, pundits and editorialists.

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