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Synonyms for ouster

the act of ejecting or the state of being ejected

Synonyms for ouster

a person who ousts or supplants someone else

a wrongful dispossession

the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out

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Senators may not be counted on to vote along party lines on Sereno's ouster, especially with cracks already showing in the administration party.
Normally, an ouster of a Chief Minister would attract all kinds of politicking, sensationalism and media attention; however the quiet and private nature of the ouster and re-voting in of the new makes it a hurdle for any political analyst to determine how the new cabinet will differ from the previous.
Meanwhile, Sereno also hinted that Alvarez is pushing for her ouster as a way of getting back at her over the case of the Philippine International Air Terminals Co.
Since the ouster of Morsi, thousands of anti-government protesters, mostly Brotherhood supporters, have been sentenced to jail by civilian and military courts.
The paper hoped that the ouster would also create "opportunities for some change of course" and said: "Pakistan's civilian leaders, for all their flaws, have at times tried to improve relations with India and to loosen the grip of the military, as Mr Sharif did.
The procedure began in July 2013, immediately following the ouster of Morsi.
Jihadists have stepped up their attacks against security forces in the north of the peninsula since the army's ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in 2013.
Qureshi, was also appointed by the UPA government, was told by then home secretary Anil Goswami to quit after change in government, but he instead approached the Supreme Court against attempts to seek his ouster.
Earlier this month, relations between the two North African states were disturbed, when Moroccan state television described the ouster of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in mid-2013 as a "military coup.
Summary: Egypt received a $1 billion grant from Kuwait earlier this week, an Egyptian government source said on Thursday, the latest in billions of dollars of aid to arrive from Gulf Arab allies since the ouster of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi last year
Over 500 police and army personnel were killed in militant attacks across the country since the ouster of president Mohamed Morsi July, 2013.
Egypt's military has been carrying out a vast offensive against jihadist groups in the north of Sinai since militants stepped up attacks following the army's ouster of Islamist president Mohammed Morsi in July 2013.
Secular activists have lashed out at the authorities over the law, saying Morsi's ouster itself was result of mass street protests against his turbulent one year rule.
CAIRO -- Egypt's likely next president, retired military chief Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, says ties with the United States will improve after elections this week, confident that a strong show of public support will prove to the Americans that Egyptians wanted his ouster of the country's elected president, which threw relations between the two allies into their worst strains ever.
Summary: The former head of the rebel Free Syrian Army has lashed out at the head of the opposition-in-exile Syria National Coalition, saying his recent ouster was the result of "bribery.