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Incumbent

Any officer in a company, especially a large corporation. Incumbents include the CEO, managing director, and members of the board of directors. Corporations usually must provide an incumbency certificate, which lists the names and positions of the corporation's officers, on demand of any member of the public.
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We draw on existing theories of incumbency developed using the American case to explore the state of incumbency advantage in the Chilean Chamber of Deputies between 1989 and 2014.
In order to examine the impact of legislator tenure and seniority on incumbency in the U.
Incumbency influence/advantage thesis and distribution of democracy dividend
Incumbency clearly is an advantage for presidential candidates.
ballot as a possible incumbency advantage, but only because certain
FE: You've written that "never has the power of incumbency been worth less.
Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Teijiro Furukawa, top civil servant of the cabinet of Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, will mark a record long incumbency in the post Saturday, Cabinet Office officials said Thursday.
s perennial topics, incumbency protection, better known by the euphemism "campaign finance reform.
Incumbency in local distribution systems will carry a lot of weight, despite the best efforts of the European Union to move toward a borderless pension market on the continent, he said.
During his 22-year incumbency in Feckenham, he became part of the village scene, with residents regarding his pastoral care as valued and welcomed.
Public health coverage presents a mirror image: Left incumbency mattered most early on, but resource availability had become an overriding influence by the 1990s.
Now, the 800,000-member federation joins labor councils in cities such as Seattle and Milwaukee in signaling that it will no longer hand out political endorsements solely on the basis of incumbency or Democratic Party insider status.