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MARILYN WARING
ABILITY
MINORITY
TURNER
JULY 14
GENERAL ELECTION
CALLING
CANADIAN ALLIANCE
JANUARY 1986
PARLIAMENT
LIBERALS
YEAR
MANDATE
ELECTION
CHAREST
MULDOON
SNAP ELECTION
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. A snap election is an election called earlier than scheduled. (Web site)
  2. A snap election was also called in the province of Ontario in 1990, just three years into Premier David Peterson 's term. (Web site)
  3. The snap election was interpreted by many voters as a sign of arrogance.
  4. In Japan, a snap election is called when a Prime Minister dissolves the lower house of the Diet of Japan. (Web site)

Marilyn Waring

  1. When, in 1984, Marilyn Waring refused to support Muldoon's policies on nuclear-powered and nuclear-armed ships, Muldoon called a snap election.

Ability

  1. Muldoon justified the snap election because he felt Waring's revolt impeded his ability to govern. (Web site)

Minority

  1. Davis called a snap election in 1977, but was again returned with only a minority. (Web site)

Turner

  1. Immediately, upon taking office, Turner called a snap election, citing favourable internal polls. (Web site)

July 14

  1. July 14 - New Zealand Prime Minister Robert Muldoon calls a snap election and is heavily defeated by opposition Labour leader David Lange.

General Election

  1. In 2006, the general election called by Thailand 's prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, can also be categorised as a snap election. (Web site)

Calling

  1. Muldoon justified the snap election with Waring's revolt, calling the issue of ship-visits a matter of 'national security'.
  2. While Helen Clark and Michael Cullen have discussed using the meltdown of the Alliance as a reason for calling a snap election, it would only be an excuse.

Canadian Alliance

  1. In 2000 the governing Liberals called a snap election that caught the Canadian Alliance off guard. (Web site)

January 1986

  1. In January 1986, Marcos allowed for a snap election, after large protests. (Web site)

Parliament

  1. This was a snap election called by Prime Minister Robert Muldoon after he lost confidence in his ability to command a majority of Parliament. (Web site)
  2. Thaksin dissolved parliament on 24 February 2006 and called a snap election for 2 April 2006.

Liberals

  1. In the fall of 2000, the Liberals called a snap election that caught the Alliance off-guard. (Web site)
  2. In exchange, the Liberals agreed not to call a snap election for the same period and to implement certain NDP policies. (Web site)

Year

  1. By the summer of 2003, the governing Conservatives must have regretted the decision not to call a snap election the previous year.
  2. Labour may call a snap election in the new year when it becomes clear that the Maori Party is likely to win the Maori seats.

Mandate

  1. Labour suffered badly in the snap election that Holland called in 1951 to reaffirm his mandate. (Web site)

Election

  1. Diefenbaker wanted a majority, so he called a snap election Snap election A snap election is an election called earlier than scheduled. (Web site)
  2. Labour Party Prime Minister Helen Clark called this election after problems with coalition partners, but denied it was a snap election. (Web site)

Charest

  1. Mr. Charest called a snap election despite widespread voter disapproval about going to the polls so early after a federal election.

Muldoon

  1. After falling to gain the support of Marilyn Waring over Nuclear Ship legislation, Muldoon called a snap election held on 14 July 1984.
  2. Muldoon, visibly drunk citation needed, announced a snap election on national television.
  3. Muldoon, visibly drunk, announced a snap election on national television.

Snap Election

  1. In November 2008, arguing that Quebecers needed a majority government during difficult economic times, Charest called a snap election for December 8.
  2. As a result, Peterson decided to call an snap election, less than three years into his mandate. (Web site)
  3. Premier Duncan called a snap election for November 4, 2002, in an effort to regain her majority, but the early election call backfired badly. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Muldoon
  2. National Television
  3. Charest
  4. Mandate
  5. Politics > Government > Prime Ministers > Diefenbaker
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