executive arm

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They would, at the same time, be necessitated to strengthen the executive arm of government, in doing which their constitutions would acquire a progressive direction toward monarchy.
The two agreed on the exchange of data in 2010 which the European Commission, the EU's executive arm, said offered full data protection but many MEPs were suspicious and repeatedly held up approval.
Though the EU's executive arm said no country's draft budget has been found to be seriously in breach of the rules, it said Italy, Austria and Lithuania risk overshooting deficit limits in 2016.
The project owner is Riyadh Development Authority (ADA), the executive arm of the High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh.
The Commission, the executive arm of the European Union (EU), said 19 member states, including Germany, France and Britain, gained re-authorizing at once from the Canadian side.
The committee comprises people from different state institutions and departments, including parliament, national security, commissions, and the executive arm of the state.
The appeal report stated that the authority, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology's executive arm, is interested in preserving the "public morals of the Egyptian society and doesn't support the existence of pornographic websites on the internet".
Earlier on Sunday, Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, the executive arm of the European Union, accused the Greek PM of failing to disclose important details of the proposal made by Greece's creditors when he addressed Parliament on Friday.
He said that lawyers were most respectable people of the civil society who were engaged in the providing justice to the people through the courts regarding the tyranny of the executive arm of the government.
Aggarwala's plea to the CJI said: " I am duty bound to remind you that in the changed scenario, as Justice Sathasivam is part of the executive arm, he is no longer eligible to be appointed Chairperson of National Human Rights Commission.
Some diplomats have said that the involvement of the Commission, the executive arm of the EU, has irked the Berlin government and other creditors anxious to hold Greece to the terms of bailout loans.
Project partners Bombardier, Abellio Greater Anglia, FutureRailway and the Rail Executive arm of the Department for Transport have introduced the emperimental service following a programme of testing completed in the East Midlands previous year.

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