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- n. The office of a premier or prime minister.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The office of the premier.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or dignity of being first or foremost; especially, the dignity or office of a prime minister.
- n. Specifically, the first prize in any competitive show, as for dogs or horses.
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- n. the office of premier
Gordon Brown's premiership is dissected, Moyles gets mad and Melvyn Bragg is left puzzled
Mr. Kan had said repeatedly he has no intention of stepping down, most recently on Friday when he called his premiership in the time of crisis "fateful" and said it was his "utmost desire as a politician to lead Japan's rebuilding and economic recovery."
Thaksin, a former billionaire tycoon, put in place populist policies during his two-term premiership between 2001 and 2006 that won the hearts of the rural and urban poor and gave them a sense of political entitlement they now miss and want to regain.
On February 26 the court will decide whether Thaksin concealed his ongoing ownership in his vast multi-billion dollar business empire during his two-term premiership between 2001 to 2006 and whether he used his power to enrich that empire.
"Because I don't believe in that ... it's nice to talk about these things, and use it as a fluffy word - but to say the word premiership, you've got to give it the respect it deserves."
Thaksin's populist policies during his two-term premiership between 2001 to 2006 won him a huge following among Thailand's rural and urban poor, but his dictatorial tendances and graft turned the Bangkok-based middle class and political elite against him.
On February 26, Thailand's Supreme Court for Political Office Holders found Thaksin guilty of concealing his wealth from public scrutiny during his two-term premiership from 2001 to 2006 and of abusing his power to benefit his family's business empire.
The dissolution of the PPP put an end to the previous government, leading to the rise of a new government under Abhisit and his Democrat Party, who were in the opposition against Thaksin's two-term premiership between 2001 to 2006 and the pro-Thaksin PPP-led government of
The airport was opened weeks after a military coup overthrew former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who hustled through the much-delayed 3-billion-dollar new airport project during his two-term premiership between
Thaksin faces several corruption charges dating back to his two-term premiership between 2001 to 2006, and his wife Pojaman has been sentenced to three years in prison for tax evasion.