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Prime and Minister
Ordinary methods of diplomacy within the free world are inadequate, said the former Prime Minister.
Former British Prime Minister Attlee says Eisenhower was not a `` great soldier ''.
We had nearly decided that all the tales of Lao lethargy must be true, when we were invited to take a trip with the Prime Minister.
In Keng Kok, the City of Silkworms, the Prime Minister bought fried chickens and fried cicadas, and two notebooks for me.
The Prime Minister paid his respects to the Buddhist monks, strode rapidly among the houses, joked with the local soldiery, and made a speech.
This was expanded upon by Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier, who established a Division of Anthropology within the Geological Survey in 1910.
The executive branch of the government was composed of the President, the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers.
Prime Minister Pedro Pires sent FARP soldiers to Angola where they served as the personal bodyguards of Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos.
Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao visited Angola in June 2006, offering a US $ 9 billion loan for infrastructure improvements in return for petroleum.
After that case Poirot apparently came to the attention of the British secret service, and undertook cases for the British government, including foiling the attempted abduction of the Prime Minister.
* 1968 – Pierre Elliot Trudeau wins the Liberal Leadership Election, and becomes Prime Minister of Canada soon after.
* 1902 – Louis Beel, Dutch politician, Prime Minister of the Netherlands ( d. 1977 )
* 1924 – Raymond Barre, French politician, Prime Minister of France ( d. 2007 )
* 1803 – Albrecht von Roon, Prussian soldier and statesman, 10th Prime Minister of Prussia ( d. 1879 )
* 1908 – Bjarni Benediktsson, Icelandic politician, Prime Minister of Iceland ( d. 1970 )
* 1949 – António Guterres, Portuguese politician, Prime Minister of Portugal
* 1955 – Dimitra Liani, Greek air hostess, widow of Greek Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou
* 1959 – Stephen Harper, Canadian politician, 22nd Prime Minister of Canada
* 1918 – Jelle Zijlstra, Dutch politician, Prime Minister of the Netherlands ( d. 2001 )
* 1928 – Péter Boross, Hungarian politician, Prime Minister of Hungary
* 1966 – Juhan Parts, Estonian politician, 14th Prime Minister of Estonia
* 1765 – Petros Mavromichalis, Greek general and politician, Prime Minister of Greece ( d. 1848 )
* 1916 – Dom Mintoff, Maltese politician and journalist, 8th Prime Minister of Malta ( d. 2012 )
* 1944 – Khaleda Zia, Bangladeshi politician, 9th Prime Minister of Bangladesh
* 1961 – John Key, New Zealand politician, 38th Prime Minister of New Zealand

Prime and King
In 2001, former King Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha returned to power, this time as Prime Minister with his National Movement Simeon II.
B. M. Hertzog and Canada's Prime Minister at that time, William Lyon Mackenzie King.
In 1930, King George V and the Australian Prime Minister James Scullin discussed the appointment of a new governor-general to replace Lord Stonehaven, whose term was coming to an end.
He had served as Prime Minister under King Charles III of Spain from 1777 until 1792 ; now he served as President of the Central Junta.
In 1862, the King dismissed his Prime Minister, the former admiral Constantine Kanaris, the most prominent politician of the period.
King George II immediately dismissed Kondylis and appointed Professor Konstantinos Demertzis as interim Prime Minister.
He was in 1946 appointed as governor general by George VI, king of Canada, on the recommendation of Prime Minister of Canada William Lyon Mackenzie King, to replace the Earl of Athlone as viceroy, and he occupied the post until succeeded by Vincent Massey in 1952.
It was then announced from the Office of the Prime Minister of Canada on 21 March 1946 that George VI had, by commission under the royal sign-manual and signet, approved the recommendation of his prime minister, Mackenzie King, to appoint Alexander as his representative.
The Viscount and Viscountess Alexander of Tunis are greeted by Prime Minister of Canada William Lyon Mackenzie King | Mackenzie King upon the viceregal couple's arrival in Ottawa, 12 April 1946
Seated: Stanley Baldwin ( Prime Minister of the United Kingdom | United Kingdom ), King George V, William Lyon Mackenzie King ( Prime Minister of Canada | Canada ).
As of 1 February 2011, Jordanian Prime Minister Samir Rifai resigned and King Abdullah asked Marouf Bakhit, a former prime minister, to form a new more democratic government.
Macdonald served 19 years as Canadian Prime Minister ; only William Lyon Mackenzie King served longer.
King Peter II, American President Franklin Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill joined Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin in officially recognising Tito and the Partisans at the Tehran Conference.
It was not until he was nearly 60 that St-Laurent finally agreed to enter politics when Liberal Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King appealed to his sense of duty in late 1941.
Also, the 26 state senators are no longer the majority as another 44 senators are appointed by the King at the advice of the Prime Minister.
At this time, King Girvana Yuddha Biktram Shah was on the throne of Nepal, and the power of state was in the hands of Prime Minister Bhimsen Thapa who wielded enormous power during the rule of King Girvana Yuddha Bikram Shah and his son King Rajendra Bikram Shah.
The King exercises limited powers, including the right to declare a state of emergency in the event of war or armed revolt, with the advice and consent of the Council of Ministers and the Prime Minister.
* 1945 – Archbishop Damaskinos of Athens becomes Prime Minister of Greece between the pull-out of the German occupation force in 1944 and the return of King Georgios II to Greece.
After a heated argument in Bismarck's office Wilhelm, whom Bismarck had allowed to see a letter from Tsar Alexander III describing him as a " badly brought-up boy ", stormed out, after first ordering the rescinding of the Cabinet Order of 1851, which had forbidden Prussian Cabinet Ministers to report directly to the King of Prussia, requiring them instead to report via the Prime Minister.

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