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PRESIDENT. An officer of a company who is to direct the manner in which business is to be transacted. From the decision of the president there is an appeal to the body over which he presides.

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This session was supposed to take place last week, but there was no consensus among the BiH Presidency members, but Dodik said that the results of the verification procedures of relevant institutions are new facts which confirm that Tegeltija meets all the legal conditions for the exercise of this function.
It said: 'On account of this allegation and the nefarious plot to bring the name of our party into its narrative, the PDP charges the Buhari Presidency to come clean on the corruption allegation it opened on Justice Bulkachuwa.
Any further deterioration in the safety and lives of people in our societies is unjustifiable," Laj#269aacutek said on January 1.The three priorities of the Slovak presidency should be to prevent and mitigate the consequences of conflicts, and to secure future and effective multilateralism, under the presidency's headline slogan "A Presidency Focused on People".
"The aim is to work more closely with third countries in order to ensure effective return policies and to provide assistance to those in need of protection before they enter the EU while, on the other hand, preventing those not in need of protection from setting off on the dangerous crossing to Europe," the presidency said.
He said there is no need to abolish the executive presidency or prunuing down more executive powers.
In 1982, in his The Modern American Vice Presidency: The Transformation of a Political Institution, the author of this book explored the importance of the vice presidency of Walter Mondale and posited that what he came to call the "Mondale Model" would lead to a sea-change in both the power and the structure of the nation's second-highest office.
Dr Fadul who addressed the celebration said the Presidency of the Republic works to provide a distinctive presidential services , and active workers to enhance services provided by the Presidency.
Juncker had already grabbed the headlines in Estonia in June by declaring heavy metal band and Presidency launch-night act Metsatoll "very noisy", and by revealing, on the eve of possibly the most digitally-focused Council Presidency ever, that he did not use a smartphone.
The Slovak Presidency comes at a time when the EU is facing many challenges: the decision of the citizens of the UK to leave the Union underlines the need for discussion on the future of the EU; the migration wave is testing our ability to maintain the integrity of the Schengen area; the terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels have reminded us that there is still much to improve in terms of our mutual cooperation in the field of internal security and the impacts of the economic and financial crisis still affect the economies of the EU Member States.
Currently, 33% of Americans have "a great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in the presidency, 32% are this confident in the Supreme Court, and Congress is still well behind, at 8%.
President Erdoy-an, who is trying to establish a de facto presidential system in the country, has taken the first step towards a presidential cabinet and has made changes in the organizational structure to the presidency with a presidential decree he signed on Tuesday.
He mentioned that if he appoints a government, he would abolish the executive presidency.