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However, an education department spokesperson claimed that the government's decision to reappoint Dr Asim as Sindh HEC chaiperson was purely on merit.
Duterte's prerogative to reappoint Tugade, Congress 'has already made known its sentiment through the Commission on Appointments,' which did not act on Tugade's confirmation, technically bypassing it.
Haire said last week after recommending that selectmen reappoint Mr.
The council voted 4-1 late Tuesday to reappoint Carl Meseck, Carl Povailitis and Gerald Briggs to four-year terms on the Burbank-Glendale- Pasadena Airport Authority.
In two previous meetings, the council had failed to reach consensus on whether to reappoint incumbents Gerald Briggs, Carl Povilaitis and Carl Meseck, whose terms expired at the end of May.
In Burbank, the City Council declined late Tuesday to reappoint to the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority two commissioners who have been widely seen as intractably antagonistic toward the airport's interests.
11th Circuit Court of Appeals is now considering whether to reappoint Judge Killian to a new term.