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prime-ministerial

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  • Weingarten's predecessor, Simone Perillo, leaves to run an Italian political thinktank that is expected to oppose Silvio Berlusconi's premiership of Italy, possibly in support of an intriguing prime-ministerial challenge from the former FOTA chairman Luca di Montezemolo.

    David Bernstein hopes Rooney will score with bigwigs at FA

  • The country is rapidly running out of politicians of prime-ministerial stature or ability if Mr. Kan—the sixth prime minister in five years and no political genius himself—goes.

    Japan's Shutdown About Nothing

  • In the third prime-ministerial debate, Brown and Cameron ganged up on Nick Clegg over his amnesty plan for overstaying asylum seekers.

    Labour must stay committed to civil liberties

  • The way to help them answer that question is to use one of the best media opportunities an Opposition Leader gets, PMQs, to look and sound prime-ministerial.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • This one is a first-person narrative about the rise of a left-ish politiciam in the final decades of the C19th-century; his background and education; his marriage and party-political rise towards prime-ministerial eminence, and then his tumble, on account of falling in love with a woman other than his wife.

    H G Wells, The New Machiavelli (1911)

  • Now he is subjecting Parliament to prime-ministerial whim.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • Campaign slogan of Italian prime-ministerial candidate Walter Veltroni, translating the popular rallying cry "Yes, we can" of American Sen. Barack Obama "Fifty-two, that's not even a breakfast for me."

    Perspectives

  • And the trip by the Indian Prime Minister to China was also regarded as very, very successful, a point that the prime-ministerial, the Indian prime-ministerial envoy made to me in

    Interview on Asia Pacific Focus - Transcript - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • Before the last elections in 1996, the electoral system was changed so that Israelis now cast two votes, one for a party and one for a prime-ministerial candidate.

    Bibi Versus The World

  • Shortly after his wife's assassination on Dec. 27, Zardari named his and Bhutto's 19-year-old son, Bilawal, party chairman and indicated that the party's prime-ministerial candidate would be PPP vice chairman Makhdoom Amin Fahim.

    Assuming Benazir’s Mantle?

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