noncabinet

noncabinet

(ˌnɒnˈkæbɪnət)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics not related to or belonging to a government cabinet
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That is the job of Her Majesty's Government, consisting of the PM, the cabinet and noncabinet ministers.
Furthermore, in a study which assessed COHb levels of cabinet makers (subjects) and noncabinet makers (controls) by Banjoko et al.
To be sure, the noncabinet memoranda at issue may have been made in consultation with or instigated by the secretary of Homeland Security and with the President's approval.
noncabinet executive agencies such as the Environmental Protection
A noncabinet tie-up with these parties is another possibility.
The most visible noncabinet appointee in the Islamic Republic is Ali Larijani, the head of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, and a Pasdaran veteran.
This new structure greatly reduced the fragmentation of power and authority among the other elected and appointed officials, which include seventeen district aldermen, four elected departmental heads (noncabinet), and ten appointed department heads (cabinet).
Also nonCabinet Catholics voted against the amendment such as Belanger, Cullen, Eggleton, Fry, Janno, Keith Martin and Sgro.
If they have confidence in what they are proposing then they could even invite nonCabinet members to participate in the discussions, or even allow the public to question them.
In future, noncabinet members will divide their time between keeping an eye on the executive, through the scrutiny process, and doing more for the local communities that elected them.
These terms may also include noncabinet posts as well as policy concessions.
The bill was put together in 1998 by the LDP and its then noncabinet allies -- the Social Democratic Party and the defunct New Party Sakigake.