Hello everybody,
Very soon we are having a parade in our community from one temple to another temple .we are going to invite all the polticians and other leaders.Please help me to weite inviation letters.
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This is something I'd like to know.
What is the proper way to address them in an invitation?
"Dear Prime Minister" or "Dear MP" doesn't seem right to me.

What would you do to maintain an air of respect & formality?
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Hmmmm - bit late in the day. Very suspect.
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To formally address a Prime Minister you should address him as "Your Excellency" but in the case of the Prime Minister in England you should address him as "Your Right Honourable"
Hi,
To formally address a Prime Minister you should address him as "Your Excellency" but in the case of the Prime Minister in England you should address him as "Your Right Honourable"

Probably the correct form of address depends on the country you live in, although I can't imagine any country where the above forms of address would be used for the PM..

Here's the situation in Canada.
if you are speaking directly to the Prime Minister, simply say eg Good morning, Prime MInister.

If you are addressing an envelope to him, I think you could say either 'The Prime Minister' or 'The Right Honourable Stephen Harper'.

To start a letter, I'd say 'Dear Prime Minister'

Best wishes, Clive

Dear Sir

i am a personal assistant to the Executive Mayor. we are planning to invite a soccer team in South Africa for the 2010 World Cup Soccer.
this letter will be addressed to the footbal federation in Rome - italy.
our aim is to set up a base camp and for the officials to accept our invitation to evaluate our facilities.

yours faithfully
F Patel
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