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- national level are not considered councils. At such levels, there may be no separate executive branch, and the council may effectively represent the entire...
- also pays for the councils' operational costs, including that for its offices. "People's ****ociation (Community Development Councils) Rules". Singapore...
- first four councils, but rejected the decisions of the fourth and did not attend any subsequent e****enical councils. Acceptance of councils as e****enical...
- make-up of London borough councils is dominated by the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties. Twenty-eight councils follow the leader and cabinet...
- of the states don't prefer legislative councils. Other states support the establishment of legislative councils, arguing that they represent the local...
- post-schism e****enical councils canonical for Catholics). These seven e****enical councils are: Emperor Constantine convened this council to settle a controversial...
- The Citizens' Councils (commonly referred to as the White Citizens' Councils) were an ****ociated network of white supremacist, segregationist organizations...
- Indian Councils Act 1892 was an Act of British Parliament that introduced various amendments to the composition and function of legislative councils in British...
- is immune to instant revocation. Workers' councils originated in Russia in 1905, with the workers' councils (soviets) acting as labor committees which...
- the council were held was Kainuu as part of an experimental regional administration. Currently the regional councils are elected by muni****l councils, each...
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