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ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) will fight the religious extremists and not permit them to usurp political power in the name of religion, former President Asif Ali Zardari said in a message on the eve of 90th birth anniversary of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto falling on Friday.
ISLAMABAD -- Former Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday said the Pakistan People's Party will fight religious extremists and not allow them to usurp political power in the name of religion.
Washing his hands of liability, Aquino insisted he 'only performed core executive functions' and did not usurp Congress' power of the purse.
Russia's Vladimir Putin is facing new protests challenging his victory in a presidential election he said had prevented the country from falling into the hands of enemies trying to usurp power.
It's a shame these Democrats, who complain the president is trying to usurp power from the other branches of government, won't admit that is exactly what the court did in Roe v.
With the help of the sapient horses, the pre-teen boy and girl escape a death planned by an evil relative, who is eager to usurp the throne of a dying king.
The statement claimed the amendment was an attempt by the legislature to usurp powers from the Governor and an effort by "an already dysfunctional legislature to secure more power.
When we try to create "relevant" experiences for them, we usurp a role that belongs to God, and all they end up with is the warm fuzziness that the Monsignor complains is all too prevalent in our schools today.
These newcomers are beginning to usurp the position of the established firms.
Jurists were far more interested in the question of whether the prince had the power to usurp the rights of his subject.