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  • Senior leader and politburo member of CPI-M Sitaram Yechury after the first day of the meet said: "The Politburo meeting began this morning.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • To an outsider it looks more like a Stalin Politburo purged of any potential rivals and filled with weak placemen who will not rock the Brown boat.

    Archive 2008-01-20

  • Larry Phillips, the East German-style commissar of the King County Politburo, is untroubled by a rudderless elections department [Phillips] had confidence in the elections office because it has successfully conducted several elections since the 2004 governor's election In Phillips 'world, apparently, a successful election is one where dozens or hundreds of ballots disappear.

    Sound Politics: "Interim elections chief elects to go on vacation for three weeks"

  • He is in perpetual dispute with Lytvyn’s local advisers, whom he calls the Politburo.

    FLY FISHING WITH DARTH VADER

  • Both officials are members of the Communist Party's Politburo, which is made up of the party's top 25 leaders.

    China Looks at Baidu

  • Soviet é migr é Vladimir Bukovsky called the notion of Politburo policy struggle " a simplification based on the ' mirror-image ' fallacy so common in the West, " but it was not until the early 1990s, after the fall of the Soviet Union, that Sovietologists learned how right he was.

    The West

  • In April, Casas was also elected a member of the Communist Party's powerful 15-member Politburo, which is led by Raul.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • A fortnight ago President Hu Jintao called his Politburo together to discuss maintaining the Communist Party's "superior morality" and "establishing a clean government by eliminating corruption", according to Xinhua.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • Security Advisor called a Politburo plant, has been to Afghanistan exactly once.

    latimes.com - News

  • May 27th, 2008 4: 53 pm ET well, I think the whole Democrat party process is a shame to let superdelegates decide the fate of the party smacks of Soviet communism, a la the "Politburo"

    Blitzer: Could the DNC move the goalposts this weekend?

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