Constitutionalist movement

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  • Associations formed by its alumni played a major role in the early constitutionalist movement in the country.
  • The movement did not end with the Revolution but was followed by the Constitutionalist movement of Gilan.
  • While still a seminary student in Tabriz, his home town, he came into contact with militants of the constitutionalist movement.
  • He was a member of what became known as Junbish-i Mashrutyat or The Constitutionalist Movement.
  • The Portuguese military officers headquartered in Brazil were completely sympathetic to the constitutionalist movement in Portugal.
  • He started on a trip, during the late summer, through the northern provinces to confer with the leaders of the Constitutionalist movement in order to bring about better coordination of effort on their part. Cited from Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 21, Editor: Charles F. Horne
  • He was then secured safe passage to England where he worked with Edward Granville Browne to lobby parliament for support of the constitutionalist movement.
  • Although Carranza was not in power long enough to enact many changes, his successors would strengthen the Constitutionalist movement in the 1920s.
  • The 1905 constitutionalist movement in Iran had driven a wedge between the cleric.
  • One result of the public outcry against the ubiquitous presence of Imperial Russia in Persia was the Constitutionalist movement of Gilan.
  • The British had occupied Egypt in 1882 and used British soldiers to help put down the Urabi Rebellion, an Egyptian constitutionalist movement.
  • During the Constitutionalist movement of Guilan, German soldiers were actively involved in training the popular army of Mirza Kuchak Khan.
  • After the democratically elected government of president Juan Bosch in the Dominican Republic was deposed, the Constitutionalist movement was born in the country.
  • After SuperTuesday 2008 and with John McCain the presumptive nominee, economist Edwin Vieira, Jr., called for the Constitutionalist movement to draft Paul for a third-party run for president.
  • It was established by Mirza Koochak Khan, a leader of the Constitutionalist movement of Gilan, and his Jangali (Foresters Movement) partisans, with the assistance of the Soviet Red Army.
  • Takaaki Kato formed his first cabinet through a coalition of three parties; the Kenseikai (Constitutionalist Association), the Seiyukai and the Kakushin Kurabu (Reform Club), were generated in June 1924 by a constitutionalist movement opposed government by the military and privileged classes.