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According to the statement, 'the Governing Council, after exhaustive deliberations, resolved and directed the Registrar, Mrs 'Sade Adediran and the Bursar, Mr Elijah Onaolapo to immediately step aside for three months subject to a review of the decision at the next Council meeting slated for May 2018.
A joint statement by more than 100 civil society groups urged Mr Mugabe, 93, to peacefully step aside and asked the military to quickly restore order.
US House Speaker Paul Ryan had dubbed the sexual misconduct allegations against Moore as "credible", calling on the latter to step aside from the race.
According to him, regardless the given circumstances, Veljanoski should step aside from his competences and officially hand them to the new Assembly Speaker in a peaceful manner, because Xhaferi was legitimately elected by the parliamentary majority.
Sources expect either Smith or rival candidate Angela Eagle to step aside before MPs' nominations close tomorrow afternoon to maximise the chances of ousting Corbyn.
It brings to eight the number of those asked to step aside since an inquiry into the error was launched last month by new boss Dave Lewis.
Louis County Attorney Robert McCulloch should step aside in handling the case involving the shooting death of .
He is aiming to make it to the Indian squad for the 2016 Rio Olympics where golf will make a comeback, and wants tainted officials to step aside from the Indian Olympic Association.
Srinivasan has been defiant not to step down as BCCI president despite pressure from several quarters to step aside over the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing controversy that has rattled the cricket world.
Summary: The head of the Indian cricket board is to step aside while an investigation takes .
The EU reiterates that President Basahar al-Assad must step aside to allow a political settlement after the Syrian leader called for a national dialogue in a much-awaited speech in Damascus.
WASHINGTON, June 2 (KUNA) -- US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton commended late on Friday the resolution of the Human Rights Council's Special Session on Syria and reiterated the call for Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime to step aside.