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Should nuclear war have broken out or seemed imminent, the Diefenbunker would have been the safe haven for those providing the thin thread of continuity of government.
The irresponsibility of the members of parliament in failing to ensure continuity of government is made all the more obvious by the desperate problems that Lebanon faces with its deep sectarian divisions crippling the government and the influx of more than one million refugees from the Syrian civil war, which is putting a huge strain on resources and social cohesion.
He also served as a senior counselor to the Continuity of Government Commission.
These activities in no way threaten the continuity of government or nurses' professional and ethical obligations to their patients.
He must also take into consideration an age-old problem, that of the continuity of government.
Some energy options depend on the continuity of government incentives.
Recently, a more compelling reason for public agencies to become "telework-ready" is to ensure continuity of government operations in the event of a significant work stoppage.
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