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Committee On Public Enterprises (COPE) members who had allegations of engaging in telephone conversations with Perpetual Treasuries Limited (PTL) owner Arjun Aloysius during the Central Bank bond scam investigations, had been reappointed, Joint Opposition MP Mahindananda Aluthgamage alleged.
Other Customs officials who resigned following the shabu shipment controversy were also reappointed by Duterte.
Asked if the reappointed officials were already cleared from the accusations, Roque said he does not know, but pointed out that the appointment is of 'presidential prerogative.'
However, an education department spokesperson claimed that the government's decision to reappoint Dr Asim as Sindh HEC chaiperson was purely on merit.
Andrew said selectmen would vote to reappoint the five fire engineers if they would agree to meet with Marlboro officials during the next five months and come up with a plan to address the town's concerns about the cost of responding to incidents at the mall.
The reason, I think, that American presidents are so willing to reappoint Fed chairmen from the opposite party is closely linked to one of the two things that a president seeks: the confidence of financial markets that the Fed will pursue non-inflationary policies.
Sir Edward has brought his experience, influence and thoughtfulness to bear in helping us to bring real change to the housing market, and so I am delighted to reappoint him as Chair of Homes England.
Francis Pangilinan on Tuesday said he wants to file charges against National Food Authority (NFA) Administrator Jason Aquino and not just to reappoint him to another position or 'recycle' him as a government official.
Andrew said the board would vote to reappoint the five fire engineers if they would agree to meet with Marlboro officials during the next five months and come up with a plan to address the town's concerns.
Selectmen voted 4-1 last week to appoint Pamela Holmes to the full-time position left open after selectmen decided not to reappoint Hal Davis earlier this month.
I am delighted to reappoint Professor Anil Kashyap and Michael Saunders to their roles as external members of the Bank of Englands Policy Committees.
There was conjecture by some that the decision to not reappoint the Personnel Board members stemmed from voters turning down a portion of a town meeting article on May 12 that would have authorized hiring a human resources officer to oversee relations with town employees.
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