deselection


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deselection

[diːsɪˈlekʃən] Nno renovación f de la candidatura, rechazo m de la reelección
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And this month she called for the deselection of the 11 Tory Brexit rebels on grounds of disloyalty.
Brexit's headbangers have started to turn on each other now, with denouncements, and calls for deselection and an end of parliamentary democracy.
There were also calls made for Labour MPs who supported the air strikes to face deselection challenges which senior Welsh Shadow Cabinet member Owen Smith condemned.
I FELT compelled to write in with my own thoughts on the recent and heavily publicised deselection and subsequent resignations of councillors such as George Dunning, Steve Goldswain and others.
I fear, however, that implies the deselection of all the Conservative county councillors (bar one) since they all voted in December for the policy of mass closure of schools.
But opposition to the ruling Liberal Democrats said it showed a party in the midst of "civil war" that is "imploding on a daily basis", after Cllr Clein was openly critical of Lib-Dem colleagues Warren Bradley and Mike Storey Cllr Clein resigned yesterday in the wake of a row over the deselection of his colleague Kevin Firth last week, and what he calls the "questionable behaviour" of his party's leadership.
It could also mean deselection by his local Tory party before the next election.
His resignation followed a bitter three-year tussle with the regional party, which approved the deselection of Mr Tyrrell and fellow left-wingers Phil Murphy and Gurdev Manku in 2004.
M nF face conwT Father of three Lopresti, 48, faced a deselection battle in his constituency after leaving his wife two years ago for fellow Tory MP Andrea Jenkyns, 43.
AS ANGELA EAGLE launched her bid for leadership of the Labour party the Wallasey MP also faced deselection by her own local members.
Lord Elis-Thomas, AM for Dwyfor Meirionnydd, is known for being one of the most outspoken members of the Assembly but had the threat of deselection hanging over his head after he publicly criticised the general election campaign.