revocation

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revocation

A cancellation of a power or authority,such as a power of attorney or an agency.
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Louisiana's original regulation of the revocatory action
The original code did not name the vestigial ancestor of the oblique action, lumping it instead with the revocatory action.
10, a spokesperson for Ortega said he would return to Caracas to "support the revocatory referendum" against Chavez.
The administration of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez signed an agreement with the opposition umbrella group Coordinadora Democratica (CD) that could lead to a revocatory referendum on Chavez continuing as president.
The Organization of American States (OAS)-backed negotiations between the Chavez government and the opposition, which have taken place sporadically since November 2002, have also begun to bear fruit with a recent agreement regarding a revocatory referendum for sometime after August.
It is an attempt to go around the option of the revocatory referendum," the alternative outlined by the Constitution and favored by the Chavez administration, but which cannot take place until August 2003, the halfway mark of the president's six-year term.
He says opponents must wait until August 2003, the earliest date the Constitution would allow a revocatory referendum on his rule.