constitutionally elected

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  • The first two general elections all the constitutionally elected positions all went to the Republicans.
  • Superior Court Judges are constitutionally elected to four-year terms of office.
  • As a result of domestic and international pressures, however, the constitutionally elected government was restored within a month.
  • Various initiatives to end the political crisis through the peaceful restoration of the constitutionally elected government failed.
  • He ran for president again, obtaining victory by a slim margin but not enough to be constitutionally elected.
  • Both commanders succeeded in their missions, but only the constitutionally elected consul was granted the honor of a triumph.
  • Those arrested face charges of treason and "subverting a constitutionally elected government" and face a possible death sentence if found guilty.
  • Bill Perrin, who had led the original rebellion, became the first constitutionally elected president of the AWPPW.
  • General Schneider was publicly opposed to a military intervention of the constitutionally elected President.
  • The other constitutionally elected executive officers are the lieutenant governor, who is elected on a joint ticket with the governor, the secretary of state, and the attorney general.
  • He took office on August 10, as the first constitutionally elected president after nearly a decade of civilian and military dictatorships.
  • Governor Charles Mifflin, the first constitutionally elected governor, appointed Craig, with whom he had served in the Revolutionary War.
  • In his autobiography, Leese wrote "we were the first constitutionally elected Fascists in England".
  • Her husband, the last constitutionally elected president of Cuba, committed suicide in 1977 and she died in 2010 of pneumonia.
  • He served as his country's constitutionally elected president twice, from 1956 to 1960 and again from 1982 to 1985.
  • On September 18, a quorum was finally met, and the Legislative Assembly declared that Calvo had been constitutionally elected for two years.
  • In February 2004 Haiti's constitutionally elected government was overthrown.
  • If a President, constitutionally elected, could not be inaugurated, it was better then and there to ascertain the fact than to postpone the issue by an evasion or a surrender. Cited from Twenty Years of Congress, Vol. 1 (of 2), by James Gillespie Blaine
  • Victoria's term having expired, Pedraza was constitutionally elected, but was dispossessed by violence, and Guerero put in his stead. Cited from Texas, by Anonymous
  • Finally, in 1997, Banzer achieved his dream of becoming constitutionally-elected President of Bolivia, at the age of 71.
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