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the position of Speaker

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IranWire points out that several media outlets close to the Rouhani government have supported Larijani's speakership, even though they supported Aref and the Reformists during elections.
Only Hastert maintained more positive than negative ratings two years into his speakership.
Ryan, the Wisconsin congressman who was Mitt Romney's running mate in 2012, is on track to win the speakership with the support of most of the renegades who made life endlessly complicated for departing Speaker John Boehner.
It seems that Paul Ryan has rankled some members of the media with his list of conditions upon which he would agree to assume the House speakership.
Neptali "Boyet" Gonzales II, LP stalwart said LP standard bearer Mar Roxas has assured the 79-year old Belmonte that he would keep the speakership should he go on to be elected as the country's next chief executive.
Critics of his leadership should look at the conservative record of the Texas House under three terms of his speakership, Joe Straus told an audience at the Texas Tribune Festival Saturday.
But relations between the two countries warmed up particularly after Bashir removed the Islamist figure Hassan al-Turabi from the parliament speakership following a bitter power struggle.
The Iraqi president, said the statement, said the presidency, premiership and parliament speakership were exerting efforts to achieve comprehensive and realistic reconciliation on the basis of constitution and law.
Without the vote, DeLeo's speakership would have ended in January 2017.
The authors of this work are political scientists, and it is likely that many readers of The Historian, more accustomed to the notation conventions and writing style of academic historians, may be put off by the political-science orientation of this study of two centuries of speakership elections.
In addition to creating a new bone of contention between the March 8 and March 14 parties, Hamade's suggestion pointed to the possibility of putting Berri's speakership under discussion when the legislature's regular session begins on the first Tuesday after Oct.
This article will chart that post-war development and look at how examples from the Canadian Speakership have played a part in shaping its counterpart at Westminster.
Total 47 members cast their vote in favour of No-trust motion and to oust Aslam Bhootani from the office of Speakership who belonged to PPP, Pakistan Muslim League-Q, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-F, Balochistan National Party-Awami and independent members.
John Boehner's speakership is believed to be on the line after his Republican counterparts spurned his alternative fiscal cliff plan Thursday evening, damaging his credibility and suggesting to the nation that he doesn't have strong support in the House.
The first part of the book concentrates on women's pathways to federal executive positions such as the presidency, vice presidency, house speakership, and presidential appointments, examining women in the Obama administration and the vice presidency as the new glass ceiling.