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remove from a position or office

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Albayalde said he sees no reason why people would want to oust Duterte since he has been leading the country excellently.
Talking to media after the meeting PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari called on the Senate chairman to resign, otherwise he will be ousted from the office by
On Thursday, however, Panelo backtracked and said the 'Oust Duterte matrix' did not directly come from the President but from an unknown source.
"Their (CPP-NPA) plot to oust the president is true.
of the Lone District of Ifugao, said that the Supreme Court decision dated May 11, 2018 which ousted Sereno by granting the quo warranto petition 'is not only errant, it is also malevolent.
Yes, he is, and that 'new ocean' is the Quo Warranto Petition that the SolGen filed with the High Court to oust Sereno.
Independent observers said the PSD is likely unhappy with Grindeanu's failure to relax anti-corruption rules earlier this year and wanted to oust him to ensure a different premier does more to protect party seniors facing graft charges.
Thankfully, at Chelsea, Roman Abramovich learned a lesson after he ousted Jose Mourinho in 2005 and soon after became desperate to get him back, having never found anyone up to replacing him.
Sadr added, in a response to a religious question regarding the inclusion of a group that claims belonging to the Mahdi army and aggresses the people civilians in Al Amine II, "those are criminals and join those whom we ousted and they should be ousted from all aspects of the Trend work and they should be boycotted and neglected immediately."
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Maliki was also quoted on Thursday as saying, "We have decided to oust the MeK from Iraq.
A close ally of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez says a plot to oust the leader has been discovered.
Work and Pensions Secretary Alan Johnson rejected claims that Mr Brown is about to oust Mr Milburn, insisting that the two men are working closely together.
IF the people of Iraq had put in half as much effort ousting Saddam Hussein as they are putting in to oust the Americans and Coalition troops there would've been no need to go to war.
The war inside Iraq feeds the second of Iraq's three wars: the conflict between the United States and those countries, especially in Europe, that questioned whether a war to oust Saddam was really necessary.