Executive Council may refer to:
- Executive Council (Commonwealth countries), a constitutional organ that exercises executive power and advises the governor
- Executive Council of Bern, the government of the Swiss canton of Bern
- Executive Council of Vojvodina, the government of the Serbian province of Vojvodina
- Executive Council (South Africa), the name of the cabinet in the governments of South African provinces
- Executive Council of Hong Kong, a council that advises and assists the Chief Executive of Hong Kong
- Executive Council of the Irish Free State, cabinet and de facto executive branch of government of the 1922–1937 Irish Free State
- Executive Council of Macau, a council that advises and assists the Chief Executive of Macau
- Executive Council of New Hampshire, an executive body of the U.S. state of New Hampshire
- Executive Council of New South Wales, the cabinet of New South Wales, consisting of the Ministers, presided over by the Governor
- Executive Council of the African Union, a council of ministers designated by the governments of member countries
- Executive Council of Abu Dhabi, the local executive authority of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi
- Viceroy's Executive Council, an advisory body during the time of British rule in India
In other fields:
- Alberta College and Technical Institute Student Executive Council, a coalition of college and technical institute students' associations
- Stock Exchange Executive Council, a financial regulation council in the People's Republic of China
Other articles related to "executive council, council, executive":
... that, but his actions have caught the attention of the Executive Council ... Not long afterward the Executive Council attacks the Juken Club at a bowling alley ... He later encounters Mitsuomi Takayanagi, the Executive Council president he somehow manages to keep getting up despite being hit with the Takayanagi family secret technique, but the fight is interrupted by ...
... The Stelmach cabinet is the name given to the Executive Council of Alberta under the leadership of Ed Stelmach, the current premier and president of the ... The Executive Council (commonly known as the cabinet) is made up of members of the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party which holds a majority of seats in the ... Members of the council are styled "the Honourable" only for the duration of their membership, not for life ...
... The American Physician Scientists Association is led by the Executive Council which consists of twelve elected officers (primarily MD-PhD students) ... Executive Council members are voted in by Institutional Representatives ... Institutional Representatives help the Executive Council better grasp the needs of trainees at their local institutions ...
... catch the attention of Tsutomu Ryuuzaki of the Executive Council that keep the order in the school and punish the students that do not follow the rules 03 "Executi ... Meanwhile, Tsutomu gets punished for not fulfilling Executive Council orders by another enforcer named Kōji Sagara 05 "Punishment" "Seisai" (制裁) April 29, 2004 January 23, 2007 The Juken Club goes ... May 6, 2004 January 24, 2007 The fight between the Juken Club and the Executive Council continues and Mitsuomi Takayanagi, the president of the Executive Council, arrives on the scene 07 "Breakthrough ...
... On September 11, 2007, Chavez-Thompson announced she would retire from her post as AFL-CIO Executive Vice-President on September 21, 2007 ... immediately announced that he intended to have the federation executive council approve Holt Baker to fill the remainder of Chavez-Thompson's unexpired term ... At its regularly scheduled meeting 10 days later, the AFL-CIO Executive Council unanimously voted to approve Arlene Holt Baker as AFL-CIO Executive Vice-President ...
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“There by some wrinkled stones round a leafless tree
With beards askew, their eyes dull and wild
Twelve ragged men, the council of charity
Wandering the face of the earth a fatherless child....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
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