National Government may refer to:
- Central government
- National unity government, a broad coalition government consisting of all parties (or all major parties) in the legislature, usually formed during a time of war or other national emergency.
- National Government (United Kingdom), 1931–1940, 1945
- National Government (Canada), 1940
- Polish National Government, 1831, 1846, 1863–1864
Other articles related to "government, national government, national":
... Section 504 of the Local Government Code of 1991 outlines the following powers, functions and duties of the League Assist the national government in the formulation and ...
... The National Conservative candidate, Henry Brooke, campaigned strongly in favour of Munich ... a message to Brooke "I was very pleased to hear that you had been adopted as the National Government candidate in the West Lewisham by-election ... and deceptive half-truths, especially coming from those who at the last election opposed the National Government's decision to rearm, and now recklessly advocate ...
... get most of their finances from the national government ... Partially through the municipal fund in which the national government puts part of its tax income ... receive earmarked budgets from the national government, with which the municipality can take care of specific competences such as social security ...
... The First National Ministry existed from 24 August 1931 until the reconstruction of the government, following the general election in October 1931 ... From 5 November 1931 until the resignation of the Prime Minister on 7 June 1935 the Second National Ministry was in office ... This ministry was a "national government" coalition of National Labour, the Conservative Party, the Liberal Party, and the Liberal National Party ...
Famous quotes containing the words national government, government and/or national:
“It is no part of the functions of the National Government to find employment for the people, and if we were to appropriate a hundred millions for his purpose, we should only be taxing 40 millions of people to keep a few thousand employed.”
—James A. Garfield (18311881)
“[T]he people seem to have deposited the monarchical and taken up the republican government with as much ease as would have attended their throwing off an old and putting on a new suit of clothes.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
“If the national security is involved, anything goes. There are no rules. There are people so lacking in roots about what is proper and what is improper that they dont know theres anything wrong in breaking into the headquarters of the opposition party.”
—Helen Gahagan Douglas (19001980)