LOW PROFILEThe former head of state
has been out of the limelight.
Touching upon the economic cooperation, the head of state
said there are good opportunities in the fields of trade and investment.
The head of state
and his wife posed for photographs together with employees.
George Tlhalerwa said in an interview that while most head of state
celebrate their birthdays lavishly, President Khama preferred his to be intimate, small, with some level of interaction with ordinary people.
President @MBuhari today received formar Head of State
, General Abdulsalam Abubakar at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
He needs to get proper sound advice that on the question of who is the Head of State
of this country is resolved until August 9, 2022, or unless a vacancy in the President arises due to death or any other issue.
Quoted in a statement of the Presidency, the Foreign Affairs Minister said that the talk also provided an opportunity to discuss the programme of meetings between the Head of State
and a number of leaders, scheduled on the fringes of the conference.
According to a Gallup and Gilani Pakistan National Survey conducted in the year 1996 (21 years ago) respondents were asked, 'Some people think that according to Islamic perspective a woman cannot be the head of state
, whereas others think that if a woman is capable and popular then there is nothing wrong in her being the head of the state.
The Commonwealth of Nations, a voluntary cooperative association, encompasses 52 member states, with 16 of them, including the United Kingdom, opting to maintain the British monarch as its head of state
as members of the Commonwealth Realm.
They include the playing of the national anthems of the two nations, a review of the honor guards, and rendering of full military honors, including a 21-gun salute for the head of state
That happened under a procedure laid out by the UK government, but the Cardiff administration has now decided it will be up to First Minister Carwyn Jones to decide whether or not to lower flags after the death of a foreign head of state
Lebanon's parliament failed for the 20th time Mar 11 to elect a president, after more than nine months with no head of state
because of tensions linked to war-torn neighbour Syria.
The Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland was the title of the head of state
during the Commonwealth (or, to monarchists, the Interregnum), following the first period when a Council of State held executive power.
RECENT letters from Royal Family detractors have not commented on the fact that if we became a republic, the new Head of State
and his/her family would also be funded by the taxpayer.
The small political parties in Macedonia want the head of state
to be elected in Parliament.