The leader of a State Government. (See Chief Minister)
an executive official of government A government is an organization that has the power to make and enforce laws for a certain territory
The leader of the political party electing the most members of the Legislative Assembly (in the case of a majority government) or having the support of a majority in the Assembly.
The leader of the Parliamentary majority party and the Chief Minister in the State Government.
the leader of the recognized political party that wins the most seats in a general election.
The first in importance or rank, the chief. In the past the leader of a colony was called a premier. Today the leader of a province or territory is called a premier.
After a provincial election, the leader of the party with the greatest number of elected candidates heads the provincial government as Premier.
The leader of the government. The Premier is a Minister and is the chair of Cabinet.
The title given to the leader of one of the Australian states, normally the head of the party that has a majority of members in the lower house of state parliament. All bills - or legislation - passed by the government need the assent - or agreement - of the state Governor.
A premier is an executive official of government.
In Canada, a Premier is the head of government of a province or a territory. There are currently ten provincial premiers and three territorial premiers in Canada.