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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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Even the MPAs are mentioned as public office-holders (in the proposed commission) showing the intention of the government,' PML-N lawmaker Azma Bokhari told Dawn on Tuesday.
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.
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.
He does so by suggesting that the verdict he has proposed -- that the neediest take precedence over the nearest and dearest -- is a verdict that transfers to the public sphere: "...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.
Senior party sources say Taoiseach Bertie Ahern is determined to "promote conduct and behaviour among office-holders and candidates over and above that required by the law".
From perhaps 5,000 in 1515, the ranks of office-holders had expanded to 25,000 by 1610, 46,000 by 1665, and were perhaps 70,000 by the eve of the Revolution.
Current and future office-holders as well could learn from vicarious--which is to say historical--experience.
Criticising PM Khan, Ms Aurangzeb said here on Friday public office-holders and their families could not benefit from the PML-N tax amnesty scheme.
Office-holders will be drawn from the panel on a case-by-case basis, will be appointed by the High Court or the Crown Court (depending on the legislative scheme covering the case) upon the application of the CPS.
* Over the years, several Christian Coalition staffers have left the group to work for Republican office-holders, further underscoring the close ties between the organization and the party.
The commissioner, in addition, said that the Federal Government could also save the country from violence associated with election by conducting such referendum in states where such performing office-holders were sighted, including Lagos,