constitutionally empowered

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  • As we have said, the test is neutral on its face and rationally may be said to serve a purpose the Government is constitutionally empowered to pursue.
  • The Chief Justice is Constitutionally empowered to preside over the court and to be the "chief administrative officer" of the state judicial system.
  • Election Commissioner of India is a member of Election Commission of India, a body constitutionally empowered to conduct free and fair elections to the national and state legislatures.
  • The Chief Election Commissioner heads the Election Commission of India, a body constitutionally empowered to conduct free and fair elections to the national and state legislatures.
  • The Confederation is constitutionally empowered to levy tariffs, which were its principal sources of funding up until World War I, but are now more important as an instrument of trade policy.
  • The Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) heads the Election Commission of Bangladesh, a body constitutionally empowered to conduct free and fair election.
  • The Chief Election Commissioner is the authority and the appointed chair of the Election Commission of Pakistan-- an institution constitutionally empowered to conduct free and fair elections to the national and provincial legislatures.
  • However, in practice the reforms gave party and government policy makers, who were not constitutionally empowered to serve day-to-day executive duties, an avenue to directly intervene in domestic security concerns, such as cracking down on a "mass incident".
  • He handed over control to Vice President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who was constitutionally empowered to serve as acting president until Saleh returned.
  • The Election Commissioner of Bangladesh (EC) is a member of Election Commission of Bangladesh, a body constitutionally empowered to conduct free and fair national and regional elections.
  • The monarch remains constitutionally empowered to exercise the Royal Prerogative against the advice of the prime minister or the cabinet, but in practice would only do so in emergencies or where existing precedent does not adequately apply to the circumstances in question.
  • As Secretary of State, Bonilla was constitutionally empowered to assume the seat of Governor of Puerto Rico in case that the incumbent was incapable to do so.
  • In April 2013, this constitutionally empowered group, the Supreme Council of Religious Scholars issued a religious decree (fatwa) that Moroccan Muslims who leave Islam must be sentenced to death.
  • In Botswana, the reigning chiefs of the various tribes are constitutionally empowered to serve as advisers to the government as members of the Ntlo ya Dikgosi, the national House of Chiefs.
  • The 1991 amendment came about when Francesco Cossiga's term as President was due to expire on 3 July 1992, only one day after the natural expiration of the 10th Italian Legislature (2 July 1991), thus leaving no one constitutionally empowered to call the next election.
  • These are: Elsewhere, in Botswana, the kgosis (or chieftains) of the various tribes are constitutionally empowered to serve as advisors within the national legislature as members of the Ntlo ya Dikgosi.