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Delivered with a degree of gloating, the advice has followed the ruling by the Constitutional Court overturning amendments to the Diplomatic Service Act to bar those confirmed by the Dossier Commission to have worked for State Security from top posts
Someone told me that top elected government people e.g.., mayors, governors, senators, representatives, presidents, etc. receive pensions upon ending their term in office. If they are then elected for a higher office in the government, they get not
No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected
Apart from upholding the legality of Republic Act 10153, the SC ruling also authorized President Benigno Aquino III to appoint regional officers in charge who will serve in their posts until 2013...But in his 45-page motion for reconsideration,
U.S., Britain Yet to Recognise Biya Win Chief Bisong Etahoben and Agencies 3 November 2011 The United States and Britain have refused to recognise Mr Paul Biya's victory in the October 9 presidential election even as he was sworn in on Thursday.
Do RCs, DCs Serve As Civil Servants or Politicians? Felix Lazaro 18 October 2011 analysis Nairobi The President's constitutional duties and powers must be crystal clear and predictable.He or she serves as the Head of State, Head of Government and
French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is about to have a baby, and the pending birth has taken on the air of a state secret. The hush-hush atmosphere over the upcoming birth says a lot about France. France's media establishment
Carla being coy on Sarkozy's presidential ambition Paris: France's first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is being coy about whether her husband will stand in next year's presidential election, telling a French magazine "I don't know if my husband will run."
EDT Until now spotted only with a rounded belly," France's first lady, Carla Bruni, made her pregnancy public as she appeared in the gardens of the Elysee Palace Saturday. The 43-year-old mother-to-be was accompanied by her husband, President Nicolas
Constitutional Courts decision that officials cannot perform several duties due to conflict of interest. Only 20 or 30 top officials will be affected by the Constitutional Courts decision. Anti-Corruption Agency Board member Zlatko Mini has said that