What is government minister?

  • (noun): A person appointed to a high office in the government.
    Synonyms: minister

Some articles on government minister, government, minister:

Johan Castberg - Career - Government Minister
... On 19 March 1908 there was a change in government as the first cabinet Knudsen assumed office ... Castberg was now appointed Minister of Justice and the Police ... However, in January 1913 he was again given a cabinet position, this time as Minister of Trade, Shipping and Industry in the second cabinet Knudsen ...
Louis Pienaar - Government Minister
... on his return to South Africa, Louis Pienaar was nominated to be Minister of Education in President F W de Klerk's government where he was responsible for the dismantling of the structures of apartheid ... May 1992 until April 1993, Pienaar was Minister for Internal Affairs ...
List Of La Trobe University People - Alumni - Politics and Government
... Jacinta Allan, Victorian Government Minister Helen Buckingham, MP Phil Cleary, Former Federal Independent MP, Author, social activist, political and sports commentator, former VFL Footballer, ABC Presenter ... Party of Australia Terry Moran, Head of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Head of the Federal Public Service Maximus Ongkili, Malaysian Cabinet minister Emilia Pires, Finance Minister, East Timor Geoff Raby ... Former Liberal Treasurer Mahinda Samarasinghe, Sri Lankan cabinet minister of disaster management and MP Tony Sheehan, Former Treasurer, deputy opposition leader Sharman Stone ...
Crescent College - Notable Alumni
... Bill Whelan, Riverdance composer Tom O'Donnell, Fine Gael TD and former government minister Richard Harris, actor Terry Wogan, BBC TV presenter Paul Canty, rugby player Peter Clohessy, rugby union ...

Famous quotes containing the words minister and/or government:

    But, my dear, you cannot live in isolation from the human race, you know.
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    I have no doubt that soldiers well drilled are, as a class, peculiarly destitute of originality and independence.... It is impossible to give the soldier a good education without making him a deserter. His natural foe is the government that drills him.
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