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  • Zijlstra cabinet Zijlstra cabinet

    The Zijlstra cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 22 November 1966 until 5 April 1967. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Catholic Pe...

  • Schermerhorn–Drees cabinet Schermerhorn–Drees cabinet

    The Schermerhorn–Drees cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 25 June 1945 until 3 July 1946. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Roman ...

  • Chief Advisor of Bhutan Chief Advisor of Bhutan

    Chief Adviser or Chief Advisor may refer to: Chief Advisor of Bhutan is a head of the interim government of Bhutan 2013, 2018. Chief Adviser of Bangladesh se...

  • Chief Adviser of Bangladesh Chief Adviser of Bangladesh

    The Chief Adviser was the head of the Caretaker Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh who served as the Head of Government for 90 days during tran...

  • Caretaker Cabinet of Vassiliki Thanou-Christophilou Caretaker Cabinet of Vassiliki Thanou-Christophilou

    The Caretaker Cabinet of Vassiliki Thanou-Christophilou was formed following the resignation of the Syriza-ANEL coalition government on 20 August 2015, and t...

  • Second Biesheuvel cabinet Second Biesheuvel cabinet

    The Second Biesheuvel cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 9 August 1972 until 11 May 1973. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Cathol...

  • Second Beel cabinet Second Beel cabinet

    The Second Beel cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 22 December 1958 until 19 May 1959. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Catholic ...

  • Third Balkenende cabinet Third Balkenende cabinet

    The Third Balkenende cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 7 July 2006 until 22 February 2007. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Chri...

  • Third Van Agt cabinet Third Van Agt cabinet

    The Third Van Agt cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 29 May 1982 until 4 November 1982 The cabinet was formed by the political parties Christian...

Caretaker governments

approval to exercise aforementioned functions. Caretaker governments may be put in place when a government in a parliamentary system is defeated in a motion
In Australian political and constitutional terminology, a caretaker government is a government of Australia from when the House of Representatives usually
The Caretaker Government of Bangladesh Bengali: ব ল দ শ র তত ত ব বধ য ক সরক র was a form of government in which Bangladesh used to be ruled by a selected
federal government The operation of the Malaysian political system ensures that a Cabinet is always maintained and that caretaker governments abide by
club Caretaker government a temporary government Caretaker Ministry disambiguation one of three short - lived governments of Great Britain Caretaker genes
Kingdom, caretaker ministry may refer to the following short - lived British caretaker governments 1757 caretaker ministry Wellington caretaker ministry
In 1945, the Churchill caretaker ministry was a short - term United Kingdom UK government during the latter stages of the Second World War from 23 May
of the government in a caretaker capacity until Peel returned and was able to form his government on 10 December. During the caretaker government there
structure of the economy, government institutions, and international alignment. Provisional governments differ from caretaker governments which are responsible
The Caretaker Cabinet of Vassiliki Thanou - Christophilou was formed following the resignation of the Syriza - ANEL coalition government on 20 August 2015

The Kingdom of Great Britain was governed by a caretaker government between April and June 1757, after the dismissal of William Pitt led to the end of
The Qureshi caretaker ministry under Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi as the caretaker prime minister of Pakistan was sworn into office on 18 August 1993 and only
The Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan Urdu: نگران وزیر اعظم پاکستان is the head of government in Pakistan following the dissolution of the National
Mazari caretaker ministry under Balakh Sher Mazari as the caretaker prime minister of Pakistan was sworn into office after the Nawaz government was overthrown
The Marquess of Salisbury formed a caretaker government in June 1885, upon his appointment as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom by Queen Victoria, succeeding
transition between one elected government to another during the term of the caretaker government The Caretaker Government was mandated only to hold the
The 2006 2008 Bangladeshi political crisis began as a caretaker government CTG assumed power at the end of October 2006 following the end of term of
it while acting as a caretaker government On the occasion of the 2015 - 2016 caretaker government of Mariano Rajoy, the Government refused repeatedly to
The 52nd government of Turkey 30 October 1995 6 March 1996 was a caretaker coalition government formed by True Path Party DYP and Republican People s
The Palestinian Authority Governments of June July 2007 were a series of Palestinian Authority PA emergency cabinets led by Salam Fayyad established

The Caretaker Cabinet of Ioannis Grivas was the Cabinet of the government of Greece for the period 12 October 23 November 1989. It was sworn in on 12
The Khoso caretaker ministry was the Pakistani caretaker federal cabinet that was sworn into office on 2 April 2013. On 24 March 2013, Mir Hazar Khan Khoso
51st government of Turkey 5 October 1995 30 October 1995 was a minority government led by Tansu Çiller. Both the 49th and 50th governments were True
referred to as National Governments at the time, but are now more commonly called Coalition Governments The term National Government was chosen to dissociate
The Leterme II Government was the federal government of Belgium from 25 November 2009 to 26 April 2010, and the caretaker government until 6 December
The Palestinian governments of 2013 were two Palestinian governments established respectively in June and September 2013. They ruled de facto over the
The Wilmes Government is the current caretaker Federal Government of Belgium, led by Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes, the first ever female Prime Minister
The 29th government of Turkey 20 February 1965 27 October 1965 was a caretaker government in Turkey. The prime minister was Suat Hayri Urguplu, an
continued shortly as a caretaker government On 27 February 2014 Ukraine s parliament approved a resolution to dismiss the government On 3 December 2012

Based in Nairobi, the CACAS served as a caretaker for Somalia s airspace since the collapse of the central government in the early 1990s following the outbreak

Third Van Agt cabinet

The Third Van Agt cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 29 May 1982 until 4 November 1982 The cabinet was formed by the political parties Christian...

Third Balkenende cabinet

The Third Balkenende cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 7 July 2006 until 22 February 2007. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Chri...

Second Beel cabinet

The Second Beel cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 22 December 1958 until 19 May 1959. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Catholic ...

Second Biesheuvel cabinet

The Second Biesheuvel cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 9 August 1972 until 11 May 1973. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Cathol...

Caretaker Cabinet of Vassiliki Thanou-Christophilou

The Caretaker Cabinet of Vassiliki Thanou-Christophilou was formed following the resignation of the Syriza-ANEL coalition government on 20 August 2015, and t...

Caretaker government of Australia

In Australian political and constitutional terminology, a caretaker government is a government of Australia from when the House of Representatives is dissolv...

Caretaker government of Bangladesh

The Caretaker Government of Bangladesh was a form of government in which Bangladesh used to be ruled by a selected government for an interim period during th...

Caretaker government of Malaysia

In Malaysian political and constitutional terminology, a caretaker government is a government of Malaysia during a period that starts when the parliament is ...

Chief Adviser of Bangladesh

The Chief Adviser was the head of the Caretaker Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh who served as the Head of Government for 90 days during tran...

Chief Advisor of Bhutan

Chief Adviser or Chief Advisor may refer to: Chief Advisor of Bhutan is a head of the interim government of Bhutan 2013, 2018. Chief Adviser of Bangladesh se...

Demissionary cabinet

A demissionary cabinet is a type of caretaker cabinet in the Netherlands. A demissionary cabinet continues the current government after a cabinet has ended. ...

Purdah (pre-election period)

Purdah is the pre-election period in the United Kingdom, specifically the time between the announcement of an election and the formation of the new elected g...

Schermerhorn–Drees cabinet

The Schermerhorn–Drees cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 25 June 1945 until 3 July 1946. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Roman ...

Zijlstra cabinet

The Zijlstra cabinet was the cabinet of the Netherlands from 22 November 1966 until 5 April 1967. The cabinet was formed by the political parties Catholic Pe...