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chairman

 
1. Chairperson, see there.
2. Chief of staff, see there.
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The Foreign Ministers Ivica Dacic of Serbia, Didier Burkhalter of Switzerland, and Frank-Walter Steinmeier of Germany expressed their full support for the Normandy format, welcoming the close co-operation with the OSCE Troika and the OSCE Chairmanship.
There has been much speculation in the media about their composition, one report saying that DIKO had been given the chairmanships of five SGOs, another that DISY had not included party officials in the list of names it submitted, and yet another claiming that AKEL would not object to members of the party being appointed.
The Islamic Republic will chair the UN Disarmament Conference next month, which has prompted the United States and Canada to boycott all meetings under Iran's chairmanship.
However, when contacted, MQM and PML turned down any demand for the committees, however, both the parties elaborated that formula for the provision of chairmanships of standing committee at the time of creation of this government was set one committee against four members of Senate.
The chairmanship will be realized by the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Macedonia to the OSCE in Vienna, which at the end of last year, in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, began preparations and creation of conditions in terms of staff and finances for successful chairmanship, which would also stand for dignified presentation of the country.
The three leading Iraqi Chairmanships represent the Iraqi Presidency, the Council of Ministers and the Parliament.
The French Chairmanship of the G-20 is focused on reforming the global currency system, including by making it more flexible, France's Ambassador to Bulgaria Philippe Autie said in Sofia Tuesday.
The Chairperson-in-Office is the foreign minister of the country that holds the Chairmanship.
LABOUR MPs last night expressed anger after learning that the Conservatives plan to take the chairmanship of the key Welsh Affairs Committee.
How a member state has to prepare for its chairmanship with the decision-making organ of this organization and what range of issues should it take into account?
Padilla was named a member of the Senate Rules Committee -- considered the most powerful because of its role in assigning legislation -- but he was shut out of any committee chairmanships.
for themselves all the chairmanships of the scrutiny committees too.