How tall is Russian prime minister medvedev?
Russian prime minister Medvedev is 5 ft 4 in.
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In those countries that have Prime Ministers, they serve as the head of government, broadly directing the work of all parts of the government.
\n Answer \n. \nDmitry Medvedev is considered to be Russian Orthodox, having been baptized at 23 years of age in St Petersburg in 1989. However, his religion (if any) prior to that date is not known. Some Russian nationalists thought that his background may be Jewish, but this has not been con…firmed or denied. (MORE)
Ireland does not have a prime minister. The corresponding role in Ireland is known as a Taoiseach. Bertie Ahern was Taoiseach at the start of 2008. Brian Cowen was Taoiseach from May of 2008.
Pierre Elliot Trudeau was the prime minister of Canada in 1972. Trudeau served as prime minister from 1968 April 20 to 1979 June 4. After a brief interruption by Joe Clark's Tories, Trudeau served again from 1980 March 3 until his retirement on 1984 June 30.
The current prime minister of Sweden is Fredrik Reinfeldt of theModerate party. He has been serving as prime minister since October6, 2006.
A prime minister is an elected politician who leads the cabinet to govern the country. taoiseach
Joe Clark was the 16th Prime Minister of Canada. He was PrimeMinister from June 4, 1979, to March 3, 1980. His height is notlisted on any of his official bios.
Many countries have Prime Ministers. A Prime Minister is the head of the government of a nation. The Prime Minister will usually be the leader of the political party with the most members in a parliament. He/she will direct policy and appoint ministers.
is the most senior minister of cabinet in the executive branch of government in a parliamentary system.
The parlimentary government needs to have a legal head of the parlimentary body just as our Congress has a President and a Vice President. They have some of the same powers as our President. Prime Ministers function slightly different but for the most part they have fairly similar functions .... dep…ends on the country. UK's prime minister is as I described above. (MORE)
If the Prime Minister dies, the governing party selects a replacement. In some countries this person must then be approved by a monarch or president.
The current Prime Minister of Australia is Ms Julia Gillard and the Deputy Prime Minister is Mr Wayne Swan.
Many countries have a Prime Minister (especially if they're based on the UK parliament) as the Head of Government. The Prime Minister is in charge of the Executive branch of government and is involved with legislation, while an elected President or a Monarchy acts as a figurehead of the country.
It depends on the country. For instance, the United States doesn't have one and a system that follows a monarchy would have one. The UK is a monarchy and has a Prime Minister. So does Belgium, Holland and Spain. Australia and New Zealand also have a Prime Minister. Wikipedia's page on Prime Mini…ster has a list of countries that have Prime ministers, and you can see this page in the "related links". (MORE)
A prime minister is the title given to the head of government in a lot of countries. They are not the head of state. A prime minister runs the government and has many duties, though some will vary in different countries depending on their specific governmental systems. They usually appoint ministers… and represent their country. (MORE)
The current prime minister, the Right Honourable Stephen Harper , was appointed by Her Excellency the Right Honourable MichaÃ«lle Jean, Governor General of Canada, on 6 February 2006 . He governs as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
Like most parliamentary systems, there is no definite limit on how long a person can be Prime Minister, provided that they retain the support of the majority of the members of Parliament.
A chief minister appointed by a ruler. . The head of the cabinet and often also the chief executive of a parliamentary democracy. is the most senior minister of cabinet in the executive branch of government in a parliamentary system.
A prime minister heads the government. They are not the head ofstate. A prime minister appoints the ministers for the government.They will usually chair cabinet meetings, which are the meetings ofall of the ministers. They are usually the head of their politicalparty. They will often represent the g…overnment at meetings withother countries or as part of visits to other countries. (MORE)
Any Canadian Citizen over the age of 18 may become Prime Minister.You'd also need to become the leader of a political party in orderto run, however.
He had to,all Russians(guys) need to serve their army for 2 years,if they refuse JAIL. When you get out of jail you will be forced to join and if you refuse it will be a cicle.
all the parties in Israel go to a free election once of every 3 years, the president choose the party wich has the best possibility to create a strong and stable coalition ( most of the time is the biggest party in the parliament ) . the chairman of that party is the one who need to create the coali…tion and the one who becomes the prime minister . (MORE)
there is a general election about every 4 years, but a prime minister can be pm until they are voted down or choose to retire and let someone else be pm.
Benito Mussoloni was a dictator and was in power before and during the world war 2.
lyana cremnitz The above answer is meaningless- there is no Prime Minister anywhere in the world called Iyana Cremnitz, nor indeed anybody famous at all. As to the most recent Prime Minister, it depends which country you're talking about, as many nations have the Prime Ministerial system. But in t…he UK, the current Prime Minister is David Cameron, who has been in office since 11th May 2010 as head of a Conservative / Liberal Democrat coalition. He was the second youngest person ever to become PM, coming to power at the age of just 44 years old. (MORE)
Not counting Margaret Thatcher, who had a husband, not a wife. Sir Edward Heath was the last British Prime Minister who didn't have a wife. Heath's term as Prime Minister was from, June 19, 1970 - March 4, 1974. He was one of only four British Prime Ministers never to have married.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski is the current president of Peru. MercedesRosalba ArÃ¡oz FernÃ¡ndez is the current prime minister.
As Prime Minister he is the Head of the Country similar to a President of the United States.
Why have President Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev agreed to reduce their arsenals of nuclear power?
The mutual reduction of nuclear arms between what was then the Soviet Union and the US started in the 1950's. There were and are quite a few reasons, but probably the top reasons had to do with economics. In the 1950's and 1960's, we already had the technology for high yield nuclear fission/fusion p…retty well nailed. What we lacked was precision delivery systems. Ballistic missile attacks launch a weapon tremendously high above the earth, engines cut off, and the missile comes back to earth at near-orbital speeds -- around 30,000MPH. At that speed, even something as simple as passing though a rain storm can toss the weapon off course and at the time we didn't have anything by way of in-flight telemetry and control (the idea being that if you could control your own weapons, what if your opponent jammed or hacked you?). he solution chosen by both sides, but moreso the USSR was to develop huge-yield warheads. That way, if you missed by a few miles it'd still effectively strike the target. The US was admitting to lofting 5 Megaton warheads; the USSR was reported to have cobalt jacketed weapons that yielded up to 360 megatons. That much fissile material is dangerous to have around and hugely expensive. In addition to the two-way increase in warhead yield, the USSR invested heavily in solid fuel propellants. This was inexpensive at first, and didn't require the fast-fueling technology liquid fuel wanted for. But it also didn't lend itself to underground placements, and so much of the Soviet arsenal was undisguised and unhardened; easily subject to a pre-emptive first strike that would leave them unarmed and unable to respond. The solution? Build more missiles! The effects of this direction are, in retrospect, obvious. Both sides created way more than enough weaponry to obliterate each other many times over, mostly in order to provide redundancy. This is when the phrase "overkill" was invented. If this weren't bad enough, existing nuclear weapons, especially the solid fueled kind, need a huge amount of ongoing maintenance in order to remain flight worthy. So what had developed was a huge cash sink in the name of defense, that both primary participants agreed was something of a dead end in terms of growing the system. Through the 1960's, targeting capabilities increased as well. And this meant that a smaller warhead, placed more accurately, could be far more effective than a huge warhead. Reduction in both the number of weapons and the size of the warheads made a lot of sense. In 1969, the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT-I) commenced in Helsinki, Finnland, and continued on to 1972. This treaty limtied the number of Inter Continental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM's). Submarine Launched Ballistic Missiles (SLBM's) and Anti-Ballistic Missiles (ABM's). Under Jimmy Carter and Leonid Brezhnev, the SALT-II talks were signed (but not ratified) in 1979. Since then, there's been an ongoing progressions of talks limiting size, number, targeting, testing and payload between the USA and Russia, and also between the original 5 nuclear capable nations (USA, USSR/Russia, England, France and China. While there are quite a few countries nowadays that are players on the nuclear court, only the USA and Russia appear to maintain the munitions required to stage a strategic nuclear war. And the US and Russia are no longer considered adversaries. As such, it makes good political and economic sense to commence dismantling these giant, obsolete armories. Saves money, is cleaner, reduces the chance of a catastrophic accident... altogether probably a good thing :} (MORE)
the people who can not be prime minster are those who have a criminal record and those who are very sick and old .
Gordon Brown was Prime Minister of the UK in 2009. Deputy Prime Minister is not a permanent position in the UK Government - it is a position which is created depending on the wishes of the incumbent Prime Minister. In 2009 there was no Deputy Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has been Prime Minister of Canada since 2006 February 6, more than 5 years .
At the time, the office was not in use. Peter Mandelson was the de facto Deputy.
the defense minister Depends upon which nation you're talking about- in Australia this may well be the case, but in the UK it's the Chancellor of the Exchequer. After the Chancellor it's the Deputy Prime Minister, and then the Home Secretary.
It is a very powerful position, enabling someone to do a lot in a country. It is the head of the government. It is also a very well paid job. For these and other reasons, it is an attractive position.
The Prime Minister of Canada remains in office as long as they are able to control the majority of votes in the Parliament. As of 2007, a law was passed fixing election dates to every 4 years, but the Prime Minister need not change after the election.
A prime minister is the head minister, the head of government. A minister is responsible for an individual department of government.
The ministers run the various parts of the government are are known as the "cabinet."
Yes as long as you put your mind to it you can do anything (if your name isn't Boromir you can't its just impossible your screwed(forever(and ever!!)))
the majority party leader who is elected in lok sabha elections becomes the prime minister of India.
There is no limit to how long an Australian Prime Minister can be Prime minister. Elections are held roughly every three years, but there is a very large window of many months which the serving Prime Minister may choose to use to his/her advantage to call either an early or late election.
Australia has had 34 prime ministers as of 2013. 33 men and onewoman have held the office of Prime Minister at some stage, butseveral of them have held office more than once, serving after abreak. Therefore, there have been 28 different people who served asPrime Minister. Tony Abbott is the 34th Pri…me Minister, but the28th different Prime Minister. The third prime minister of Australia was John Christian Watson,known simply as just Chris Watson. (MORE)
Typically in most countries that have a prime minister, the primeminister is elected by the parliament, and is normally the head ofthe largest party and so is able to get the majority support of theparliament. The prime minister chooses who the ministers are. Thehead of state gives the seal of offic…e to the prime minister andthe ministers to make all of their appointments official. (MORE)
He is elected by his party to be their leader. Then you vote for parties themselves in elections. So i would go to an election, and vote for the NDP in my riding (area). If the NDP won the riding, they are the new representative. The party with the most representatives' leader becomes prime minister…. (MORE)
the prime minister has been prime minister since 2007. that means the prime minister has been prime minister for about 6 to 7 years.
I think the prime minister, on the event of resignation or death is indicated by someone of the government. In United Kingdom, it would be Her Majesty, the Queen, if I am not wrong. More information are required here. I am not an expert on politics, but Viki Answers allows answers to be edited for c…orrections or entirely deleted. Improvement : The current prime minister, the Right Honourable Stephen Harper , was appointed by Her Excellency the Right Honourable MichaÃ«lle Jean, Governor General of Canada, on 6 February 2006 . He governs as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. (MORE)
The Ministry of Prime Minister David Cameron represents the coalition government of the Conservatives and the Liberal-Democrats that currently holds a majority in Parliament. The Ministers of this government are listed below. (C) indicates a member of the Conservative Party, (D) indicates a member o…f the Liberal-Democrats.. Prime Minister David Cameron (C). Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg (D). Foreign and Commonwealth Minister William Hague (C). Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne (C). Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander (D). Home Secretary Theresa May (C). Defence Minister Philip Hammond (C) (British spelling of "defense"). Business, Innovation, and Skills Minister Dr. Vince Cable (D). Work and Pensions Minister Iain Duncan Smith (C). Lord Chancellor Chris Grayling (C). Education Minister Michael Gove (C). Communities and Local Government Minister Eric Pickles (C). Health Minister Jeremy Hunt (C). Leader of the House of Lords Jonathan Hill, the Lord Hill of Oareford (C). Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs Minister Owen Paterson (C). International Development Minister Justine Greening (C). Minister for Scotland Michael Moore (D). Energy and Climate Change Minister Ed Davey (D). Transport Minister Patrick McLoughlin (C). Culture, Media, and Sport Minister Maria Miller (C). Minister for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers (C). Minister for Wales David Jones (C). For more information about a specific Ministry official or their job descriptions, I recommend the British government's various websites, or Wikipedia for quick-reference answers.. British government websites include the Office of the Prime Minister, Parliament, and Gov.UK.. (MORE)
The current government of the United Kingdom is a coalition between the Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties. The Prime Minister is the Right Honourable David Cameron and the deputy is the Right Honourable Nicholas (Nick) Clegg leader of the the Liberal Democrats.
Jawaharlal Nehru, father of Indira Ghandi, was the first PrimeMinister of India. He was born November 14, 1889, and died on May27, 1964, in New Delhi,India.
Office of the Prime Minister 103274 Krasnopresnenskaya nab., 2, construction 2 Prime Minister D.A Medvedev