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councillor

(US), councilor
a member of a council
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For instance, in the Region of Sicily, the political authority for Public Works is not only attributed to the Councillorship for Infrastructures; it is instead fragmented among several Councillorships according to the respective spheres of competence (28).
Although in a Region a Councillorship for Welfare may have the primary authority to deal with issues associated to immigration and employment, a proper coordination of such policies with those undertaken by the Councillorships of Health and Education in the same Region is needed.
For instance, in Italy, this happens in a regional strategic planning context, when the governor sets a number of goals that will provide the issues for strategic planning inside each councillorship of the same institution.