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1primer ministro masculineprimera ministra feminineprime minister's questions — sesión de interpelación al primer ministro feminine
- British prime ministers lose office either because they lose a general election or because their party removes them.
- Other walls are decorated with framed thank-you letters from ministers and prime ministers.
- He also left his mark on the system of government by enlarging the scope of the prime minister's role.
- The prime ministers of Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom were elected.
- Since the 1980s, the Antilles has had two female prime ministers and several female ministers.
- Removal of elected prime ministers in such an undemocratic way is a disgrace to democracy.
- The maharajas of Mysore employed highly competent dewans, or prime ministers, who ensured that the state was ahead of the times.
- We love the fact that she's a multimillionaire, on speaking terms with presidents and prime ministers.
- He was economic adviser to several prime ministers, beginning with Indira Gandhi.
- The prime minister would be assisted by three deputy prime ministers.
- Presidents and prime ministers were talking about the environment on a daily basis.
- There are many political parties, and prime ministers must forge coalitions.
- That's all very well, but we don't elect prime ministers to ask difficult questions, we elect them to come up with answers.
- Ryder didn't bother telling the child that they had prime ministers in Australia, not presidents.
- There, the president will have lunch with the prime minister and a group of his constituents.
- He will become one of only a handful of former prime ministers to have written a book about subjects outside politics.
- He has the advantage of the strong support of the prime minister and the rest of the cabinet.
- It is a convention that prime ministers are not seen to have any campaigning role in a by-election.
- And he was able to mix as easily with presidents and prime ministers and dictators as with the common man.
- There have been many mutual visits, by presidents, prime ministers and foreign ministers.
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