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Department of Veterans Affairs to immediately fire or demote Senior Executive Service employees for poor job performance.
The regents voted 7-6 to demote Remington despite concerns voiced by some regents that they were violating the state open-meeting law.
LAS VEGAS (ALP) -- University Regent Jack Schofield has broken his silence on sexual harassment claims made against him: contending they are a result of his vote to demote a community-college official.
Iraq witnessed continued political crisis that culminated to some demands to demote Premier Maliki who was charged with "dictatorship" behavior.
The officer said Detective Inspector Allison Funnell looked for excuses to demote him and falsely accused him of being rude to staff.
Chief Roy said he had sought to leave the captains in place and instead demote just lieutenants, but learned this week that Mayor Lisa A.
The University and College System Board of Regents voted 7-6 to demote Remington Nov.