resign as party leader

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  • Pawley resigned as party leader, but remained premier in a caretaker administration until a new provincial election could be held.
  • Karlsson in turn soon resigned as party leader.
  • John Major resigned as party leader, saying "When the curtain falls, it is time to leave the stage".
  • He was unable to build consensus support for this position, however, and resigned as party leader in 1987.
  • Lesage remained Liberal leader for several years, until he resigned as party leader in August 1969.
  • Kunowski resigned as party leader in order to pursue a career as a banker.
  • Carstairs resigned as party leader in 1993, and the party has continued to decline since her departure.
  • Molgat resigned as party leader soon thereafter, and was replaced by Robert Bend.
  • Shortly after the election, Whitlam resigned as party leader and was succeeded by Hayden.
  • He resigned as party leader in 1952, and did not seek re-election in 1953.
  • Following the party's election loss, Keating immediately resigned as party leader, and several weeks later, resigned from the Parliament.
  • Schreyer resigned as party leader in 1979, after being appointed Governor-General of Canada.
  • Soon after the defeat, Campbell resigned as party leader; Jean Charest succeeded her.
  • He duly resigned as party leader and triggered the leadership contest.
  • Miller formally resigned as party leader and Leader of the Opposition in early 1986.
  • Gilles Duceppe was personally defeated in his riding and subsequently resigned as party leader.
  • He resigned as party leader shortly after, replaced by Shimon Peres.
  • He resigned as party leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec in 1874.
  • During the national convention, Halvorsen threatened to resign as party leader unless the factional fighting within the party stopped.
  • He lost the election in 1947 and then resigned as party leader, partly because of the Southern Schleswig issue.