Minister в новостях
|cabinet minister||Кабинет министров|
|chief minister||Главный министр|
|finance minister||Министр финансов|
|foreign minister||Министр иностранных дел|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Australia would welcome official invitation to G7, says gov’t spokesman →
MELBOURNE, May 31 — Australia would welcome an official invitation to the Group of Seven (G7) nations and there has been contact on the matter between the prime minister and the United States, a government spokesman said today.
· Ex-IGP Musa Hassan says political appointments fine if done for the people →
In the clip leaked yesterday, a senior Bersatu leader can be heard saying that Umno MPs could be convinced to defect if they were offered positions as ministers or in government-linked companies (GLCs).
· Modi's Mann Ki Baat: Pain, agony, and ordeal of poor, labourers can't be expressed in words →
PM Mann Ki Baat Highlights: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that no section in the country is untouched by the coronavirus-induced crisis.
· Weekly Commentary: The Scourge Of 'Whatever It Takes' Monetary Mismanagement →
China's increasing control over the city 'affects not only our direct interests in Hong Kong but also the maintenance of the rules-based international order where legal and political commitments are to be respected,' EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said in a letter to the bloc's 27 foreign ministers.
· Renewed hope for Pakatan Plus — Liew Chin Tong →
He doesn’t want Muhyiddin as Prime Minister, and the talk in town now is that Umno is pushing for dissolution by second half of this year.
· Ismail Sabri: Bank ATMs may resume pre-MCO hours from tomorrow →
KUALA LUMPUR, May 31 — Banks will no longer be limited to opening their automated teller machines (ATMs) between 8am and 8pm starting tomorrow, said Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.However, the defence minister issued a reminder for social distancing guidelines to be maintained.“Therefore the government decided that the ATM operation hours, which previously operated from 8am till 8pm, can now operate just like before the time the Movement Control Order (MCO) was introduced,” he added.MORE TO COME
· Boris Johnson is a picture of ignorance on immigration →
Prime minister’s blunder reveals a cruel fact of life for migrants in Britain
· Children of former Azeri security chief acquired luxury UK properties →
Investigation into hacked bank files reveals £100m business empire owned by family of former Azerbaijan minister Eldar Mahmudov
· Cummings is now a laughing stock. Alas, so is Britain →
The prime minister’s once-valued adviser has been kicking himself – but not in the colloquial sense of expressing regret for his actions.
· Church welcomes back Rwandan bishop accused of defending genocide →
Human Rights Watch said Ruhumuliza and the Anglican archbishop in Rwanda, Augustin Nshamihigo, “acted as spokesmen for the genocidal government” of prime minister Jean Kambanda, who subsequently pleaded guilty to genocide before an international tribunal.