executive instruction

executive instruction

[ig¦zek·yəd·iv in¦strək·shən]
(computer science)
Instruction to determine how a specially written computer program is to operate.
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I listened to the second State of the Nation Address of President Duterte and I did not hear in his speech any proposed plan, program or specific executive instruction that the local government units (LGUs) have a vital role to play in realizing the national goals set by the President.
On March 1, I issued Executive Instruction 19, paving the way to aggressively purchase alternatively-fueled fleet vehicles Currently, about 22 percent of Albuquerque's fleet is fueled with biodiesel, compressed natural gas (CNG), or E85 ethanol.
In 1996, the Center for Executive Leadership (CEL) was created to provide executive instruction in a number of creative formats.
The committee can impose the following penalties: Issue a warning to exclude a member of an electoral authority from the list of electoral authorities or from candidate lists in both the original and supplementary elections; exclusion of names from the candidates lists, even if lists are considered final; cancellation of campaign licences granted to candidates; a mandatory fine that does not exceed Dh5,000; directing a candidate to hand over any amount that was obtained by the candidate outside the executive instruction frameworks; ordering a candidate to remove any violations related to the electoral campaign and compensate for any damages that may result from these violations at the candidate's own expense; and cancelling the electoral results in the respective emirate.
He said that the ministry is currently issuing executive instructions to apply the stamp duty on acquisitions and mergers that take place outside the cabin, which are within 33%, and to differentiate between sellers and buyers.
The Commission functions according to certain rules framed under the railways Act and executive instructions issued from time to time.
In a statement circulated to public institutions today, Mulki cited articles of executive instructions that prohibit senior government officials from using their positions in favour of any candidate running in the polls to choose municipal and governorate councils.
to tackle the necessary continuing executive instructions to run the universities.
Lootah commended the candidates for their commitment to the election executive instructions related to the election campaigns.
NEC has also urged the candidates to meet their deadlines to begin their campaign and comply with the regulations stipulated in the executive instructions, in order to ensure the conduct of the electoral process in a civilised and honourable manner in line with the reputation of the country.
In its executive instructions, the Ministry authorized the council of al-Furat and Aleppo "Idleb Branch" universities to set the date of the additional term on condition that it shouldn't exceed two weeks.
In the proposed Section 7( 2), also recommended by the Law Commission in its report on amendments to the Prevention of Corruption Act, the obligation of a public servant has been explicitly delineated in a way that the public servant deters from violating a statutory duty or any set of rules, government policies, executive instructions and procedures.

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