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- noun a former president.
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- noun A former
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- noun a former president
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Think of it: An ex-president with an oversize intellect and ego comes out of retirement to challenge his hand-picked successor for his party's nomination; they fight on new political terrain, barreling across newly critical primary states and using the tools of a new media age, from mass magazines to motion pictures; at a furiously contested convention, the incumbent prevails, but the ex-president leads his forces out of the party and into the most successful third-party campaign in history, the whole contest ending with the Democrats electing only their second president in more than a half-century.
The final combatants fighting in the name of ex-president Laurent Gbagbo were Liberian mercenaries and Ivorian militiamen, said the statement signed by Defence Spokesman Captain Leon Kouakou Alla.
"The final combatants fighting in the name of ex-president Laurent Gbagbo were Liberian mercenaries and Ivorian militiamen," said the statement signed by Defense Spokesman Capt.
Should the panel not arrive at a compromise, Mr. Sarney threatened to put ex-president da Silva's royalty amendment veto to an override vote.
Other lawmakers say Gousse was responsible for the arrests of high-profile supporters of Jean-Bertrand Aristide after the ex-president was ousted in 2004.
This certainly shows the initiative, leadership and resolve of Obama, compared to the other spineless G8 leaders and especially our ex-president Bush. this is why Barack Obama was elected and this is why he will be a good president.
Aron Prado, who runs a small manufacturer here, says he has heard the conservative candidate Keiko Fujimori apologize for the crimes committed in the government of her imprisoned father, a once-popular ex-president, but a bad taste lingers for Mr. Prado.
Moammar Gadhafi and Tunisia's ex-president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, as well as press reports about his ties to 58-year-old Jeffrey Epstein , a U.S. financier who in a Florida court in 2008 pleaded guilty to a felony charge of solicitation of prostitution involving a minor.
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Ms. Fujimori, daughter of jailed ex-president Alberto Fujimori , says she will keep Peru on the same market-friendly policies followed in the past two decades.