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Matthew Bryza Appointed to the Post of US Ambassador in Azerbaijan

31.12.2010

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Matthew Bryza, despite the refusal of Senate is appointed to the post of US ambassador in Azerbaijan. As the Associated Press informs, Bryza was affirmed to the post by President Barak Obama on December 29th.

Along with Bryza, President Obama appointed three more ambassadors: Robert Ford – in Syria, Francis Ricciardone – in Turkey, Norman Eisen – in Czech Republic.

Obama presented these candidates to the Senate several months ago, but the Senate did not affirm them. This time Obama used the law that grants President the right to appoint ambassador without the consent of the Senate when the latter is on holiday.

However, since the ambassadors were appointed without the consent of Senate, their authority will prolong only till the end of one session of the legislative body. If the Senate   rejects the ambassadors appointed by the Senate till the end of 2011 that is the end of the next session of US congress, they will have to leave their jobs.

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