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Chairmanship Quotes By Aung San Suu Kyi

Assuming the chairmanship of ASEAN isn't going to do anything about improving the lives of people. — Aung San Suu Kyi

Chairmanship Quotes By Robert A. Caro

Humphrey was to say, and now he was planning to continue doing so, to use the chairmanship, in Humphrey's words, "to hang on to [the power] he had wielded as Majority Leader" as a "de facto Majority Leader"; Johnson "had the illusions that he could be in a sense, as Vice President, the Majority Leader." His proposal violated what was to these senators one of the Senate's most sacred precepts - its independence of the executive branch; he was proposing that a member of that branch preside over their meetings. — Robert A. Caro

Chairmanship Quotes By Rajeev Shukla

I was given the task of I.P.L. Chairmanship which I tried to perform to the best of my abilities. The tournament was organised well despite all the controversies. The stadiums were jam-packed, which proved that I.P.L. was still popular. — Rajeev Shukla

Chairmanship Quotes By Charles Kennedy

You mustn't confuse the need for effective chairmanship, which is part of the job of the boss, along with the ability to take tough decisions and to lead people. — Charles Kennedy

Chairmanship Quotes By Nigel Lawson

I am delighted to accept the chairmanship of Vote Leave, to help ensure that the organisation is fully prepared for the start of the referendum campaign. — Nigel Lawson

Chairmanship Quotes By D. J. Enright

All I asked for was equality and independence. A rotating chairmanship might have been the answer. — D. J. Enright

Chairmanship Quotes By Herman Cain

I was Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. As you know, there are twelve banks and they have their citizens board, and I got elected to the Fed Chairmanship for the Federal Reserve Kansas City Bank back in the mid-'90s. It might have been 1995-'96. — Herman Cain