Venality could not be abolished, or even diminished, without repaying to office-holders
the capital which they or their predecessors had advanced.
Briefing media persons after the cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Marriyum Aurangzeb said the revision of basic pays of MPs and public office-holders
had been pending for over a decade.
There are 205 Green office-holders
across the country, Cobb points out (though most of those are in nonpartisan local offices).
The retirement age for fee-paid part-time judicial office-holders
, with the exception of recorders and deputy district judges, will be restored from 65 to 70.
Over the years top Republican office-holders
have been asked to speak at NRB meetings, but President Bill Clinton was denied an invitation during the 1990s.
other things being equal, voters, legislators, presidents, and other office-holders
should follow the same standard for private individuals.
The curia tended to oppose both martyrs and charismatic office-holders
and to favor clerical penitents, but the model purveyed to the laity was of a monasticized (not an inner-worldly) spirituality.
In 1771 he abolished the Paulette, the famous inheritance insurance tax imposed on most office-holders
in 1604, and replaced it with a new 1 per cent annual levy, the centieme denier.
Current and future office-holders
as well could learn from vicarious--which is to say historical--experience.
House of Lords - Directory of Peers, Select Committees, Principal Office-holders
and their staff
Her total is made up of pledged delegates won in primaries and caucuses, as well as superdelegates - the party officials and office-holders
who can back a candidate of their choosing.
Also at the AGM, the society elected its office-holders