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It is hypocritical that she was not the SDSM ticket in the last elections, made her fellow party members resign their legislative seats whereby they lost their right to salaries and finally she requested that she be paid an appanage for her former service as an MP for a whole year from a Parliament she refuses to recognize," said Romeo Trenov from VMRO-DPMNE at the meeting of the parliamentary committee on election and appointment.
Ivan had had a deaf-mute younger brother Georgi (Yuri, 1532-1563; since 1560 the appanage prince of Uglich and Kaluga), but he had no female offspring either.
He could remove the family from the throne and annex the country, turning it into a province ruled by a Hittite official, (61) or grant it to a member of his own family as appanage land (62) or to any other person whom he might install as subordinate king.
Not an exclusive appanage of Christians, casting out or even executing dissenters is still a legitimate solution in some societies, when a fatwa is issued by religious authorities.
Against repeated rebellions he maintained the integrity of his mother's appanage of Aquitaine.
Filo and her appanage were intruding on the exclusive domain of the priests and specialists when she started to care for the sick and dying.
Holcroft's influential Centennial essay The Deepening Stream, for example, could move easily from arguing that 'we are a cultural appanage of Britain' (p.
111) State foresters also guarded access to timber on adjoining appanage lands, and peasants caught poaching faced heavy fines or imprisonment.
Meanwhile, MPs Aleksandar Nikoloski from VMRO-DPMNE and Talat Xhaferi from BDI submitted a new proposal to the Law on Appanage according to which the MPs who will return their mandates will no longer have the same privileges.
15) By that time Sarawak Proper area had become an appanage of the Sultanate of Brunet, through which all the external trade of Sarawak flowed.
6) The imprisoned Furstenberg, brought to Moscow on September 8, 1560, was indeed treated as an appanage prince in disfavour with the Tsar.
However, in Russia, "contrary to Canon Law, the selection of candidates for bishop was not made by the Metropolitan with a council of bishops, but by the Appanage (udel) princes.