Translation of Royal Commission in Spanish:

Royal Commission

noun

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    (in UK)
    comisión investigadora nombrada por el gobierno
    • Lord Wakeham was commissioned by the Labour government to head a Royal Commission which was to present a report to the House of Commons on the possible second stage of reforms in the House of Lords.
    • In 1998 the record office was inspected by the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts and the facility was found to be wanting.
    • At the end of the Second World War, for example, a British Royal Commission pondered the potentially negative effects of falling fertility.
    • There were a number of Royal Commissions on the Police, principally concerned with structure, although the last one, in 1960, arose from a series of minor scandals.
    • Despite government efforts, special inquiries, a Royal Commission, and rafts of good intentions, the problem of long term care for elderly people remains.
    • The government has published its response to the recommendations of the Royal Commission on Long Term Care.
    • The Government is today condemned for its failure to introduce free personal care for the elderly throughout the UK by the Royal Commission it set up to examine the issue.
    • The plans are broadly in line with what the Royal Commission recommended.
    • Even as late as 1895, the Royal Commission appointed to report on the use of opium in India concluded that the drug had no harmful effects on the local population.
    • He called on the Government to set up a Royal Commission to investigate the use of experts in courts.
    • It is to be hoped that there is truth in suggestions that the government is likely to respond favourably to the Royal Commission's recommendations.
    • The recommendations of the Royal Commission would have a bearing on any final legislative proposals.
    • A Royal Commission and the army assessments in the 1620s and 1630s show that the Catholic diocese of Down and Connor was among the wealthiest in the country.
    • I believe a Royal Commission into animal welfare, to set out what is acceptable treatment of animals and what is not, is the next logical step.
    • These requirements follow the recommendations of the Royal Commission, and are an attempt to provide safeguards against the improper use of police powers.
    • In 1985 she joined the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England, now part of English Heritage, as a field archaeologist for Wessex.
    • Other stimuli for legislation may come from pressure groups, individual MPs, reports of Royal Commissions, and recommendations from committees, working parties, or other expert bodies.
    • Its editor calls on the Government urgently to set up a Royal Commission to investigate and make recommendations concerning the use of experts by the courts.
    • In 1935, Casey ensured his appointment to the Royal Commission on Monetary and Banking Systems.
    • Research carried out for the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice showed that there was a need for considerable improvement in the approach of the police to the questioning of suspects.