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appointee

A person formally appointed to a post (e.g., a consultant), usually via an appointments committee.
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The female appointees and their respective portfolios are as follows:
He said the choice of the new permanent secretaries was based purely on merit, pointing out that he had no personal relationship with none of the appointees which could have influenced their appointments.
Salamat and Velasco's appointment papers were signed over the weekend, as seen from the list of presidential appointees released by Malacanang on Wednesday.
Appointees in smaller GOCCs with assets of less than P1 billion and revenue of not more than P100 million would have to make do with a P64,000 bonus from the previous P192,000 prior to Duterte's order.
The CSC pointed out that Rule VI, Section 17 of the 2017 Omnibus Rules on Appointments and Other Human Resource Actions, revised in July 2018, states in part that "If the appointee has taken his/her oath of office and assumed the duties of the position, he/she shall be entitled to receive his/her salary at once without waiting the approval/validation of his/her appointment by the Commission.
I am leaving on Monday, and by next week the other appointees will also depart".
"President @ibusolih, Vice President @FaisalNasym, along with cabinet and political appointees of the Presidents Office have publicly disclosed their assets and income," Ibrahim Hood, Spokesperson for President Ibrahim Solih and Chief Communications Strategist at the Presidential Office tweeted.
Under the rules, a political appointee has to resign after the government loses power.
Meanwhile PAN Liberia is calling on President Weah to reverse the administrative actions of those appointees in the interest of fairness, and respect for the sacrifice rendered by the affected employees.
The four appointees, who were working with temporary security clearances, are the latest administration officials to encounter issues amid increasing scrutiny of those trying to obtain permanent clearances, The Washington Post reported.
Some 3,385 appointees hold GED, while 1,795 hold university diploma and higher certificates.
Dallas council members in recent months have criticized some of the appointees ousted Wednesday.