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On Tuesday, Eumer Faruk Eminay-aoy-lu, the former head of the Judges' Union, also filed a suit at the Council of State to have Fidan's reappointment as MyT head overturned.
Atahr Minallah, a spokesman for deposed former Supreme Court chief justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry, said reappointment implied acceptance of Musharraf's illegal and unconstitutional sacking of judges.
Mike Cherry, the Federation of Small Businesses chairman on financial affairs and chairman of the West Midlands policy unit, said Mr King's reappointment made sense at a difficult time for the economy.
One public hearing was held in April on the reappointment, but that was before controversy erupted over the LAPD's handling of an immigration rally that grew out of control at MacArthur Park.
Even though placing the financing of the bailout on the federal budget would have saved an estimated $3 billion in interest expense, a compromise was reached--Wall became the OTS director without reappointment, and the cost of the bailout is partially on the budget and partially off.
Employment and Learning Minister Dr Stephen Farry today announced the reappointment of Mr Ken Nelson as a member of the Governing Body of Northern Regional College (NRC).
LAHORE, February 03, 2012 (Balochistan Times): The Lahore High Court on Thursday issued pre-admission notice for February 8 to the Punjab government and others on a petition challenging reappointment of Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran as Punjab University vice-chancellor.
New York stocks climbed Tuesday on hopes for economic recovery following the release of upbeat economic data and the reappointment of U.
The Supervisory Board is nominating Mr Boelen (1944) for reappointment to the Board.
BROOKFIELD - Finding himself with the deciding vote on the controversial reappointment of a police sergeant Tuesday, Chairman James W.
Amid assurances that the Police Commission remains open to public comment, the Los Angeles City Council shied away Tuesday from demanding the panel hold more hearings on the reappointment of LAPD Chief William Bratton.
The president has nominated to the Senate the following general officer for reappointment to the grade of general with assignment as indicated: