subsecretary

subsecretary

(ˈsʌbˌsɛkrətərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a secretary subordinate to another secretary
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Also on Sunday, Chile's Interior Ministry Subsecretary Rodrigo Ubilla told El Mercurio newspaper that the country's representatives would not attend the event, saying: "We have said that migration is not a human right.
Monica Zalaquet, subsecretary of tourism in Chile, said her government is interested in promoting tourism in remote areas which means people will stay longer and it will have more economic benefits.
The Ecuadorian Ministry of Transport and Public Works, through the Subsecretary of Ports and Maritime Transportation, recently gave its green light for CGSA to accommodate mega vessels of up to 305 meters in length at the Port of Guayaquil's Berths 2 and 3.
In March 1997, a memorandum written by the Subsecretary of Commerce, Stuart Eizenstat, exposed the administration's strategy for promoting fast-track in the Congress.
In 2009 by petition of the Salango community, Manabi Province, through its scuba fisher's association, which has detected low densities of Spondylus spp., the subsecretary of fishery resources under the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Aquaculture and Fisheries (MAGAP), decreed a fishing closure of Spondylus spp.
Coronel was appointed Subsecretary of Public Instruction in 1938, later served in the legislature.
(8.) Life Histories Workshop Program, coordinated by Aida Hernandez and registered with the Subsecretary of Social Readaptation of the State of Morelos, Cuernavaca, Morelos 2008.
Jorge Mezher Rage, Subsecretary of Tourism Planning, highlighted the need to continually innovate and to present new challenges to motivate the sector.
(94.) AGA, P, SGM 70: Letters of 26 March 1945 from National Secretary, DNSE, to Subsecretary, MAE.