Such a response leads the author of this study to believe that this area of the Speakership
needs further study.
Villaraigosa only reluctantly gave up the speakership
when his ambitious plans to run for Los Angeles mayor began to unfold.
Michael Quinn Sullivan, the president of Empower Texans, a conservative group active in state politics that opposes Straus, attributed the speaker's staying power to the inside-baseball dynamics of the speakership
, which he said meant candidates were responsible to other lawmakers rather than to the electorate.
Lady Boothroyd retired from the Speakership
in October, 2000.
Hertzberg, who was elevated to the speakership
in April, promptly promised to work in a bipartisan fashion to solve problems in education, electric utilities and health care.
And with Rayburn's protege, get-along, goalong, Jim Wright, recently ascended to the speakership
, this is a useful time for such a biography to be published.
Srour said that the Al Ghanem's visit, the first since he was elected to the speakership
in August, was an honour for the Jordanian parliament.
The newly appointed vice president, the decree stipulates, automatically relinquishes the position of speakership
in the national parliament, leaving lawmakers to elect a new speaker.
Ben Jaafar won the speakership
after receiving 145 votes in favor while 68
elect Cindy Burkett, R-Mesquite, just endorsed the speakership
candidacy of Collin County lawmaker Ken Paxton, R-McKinney.
He explained that the Kurdistan Alliance was planning to propose a plan of 16 items to solve the current political dispute in Iraq and distribute the three major posts in the country, Presidency, Premiership, and Parliament's Speakership
is an office of great antiquity almost as old as Parliament itself.