The election to one seat was countermanded
after the death of a candidate.
Because he noticed that Sison would agree to one thing, and then would change his mind the next day, as if his position were being countermanded
by the CPP/NPA/NDF on the ground.
The Israeli newspaper Haaretz, citing sources at the Prime Minister's office, claim that Netanyahu had countermanded
a specific Foreign Ministry recommendation against the move.
President Ahmadi-nejad's attempt to get rid of Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi, countermanded
by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenehi, appears to have given a big boost to opponents of the president.
The Maoists have launched three waves of protests and strikes since May when Prachanda resigned as prime minister after President Ram Baran Yadav countermanded
his order to sack the country's army chief.
Gertrude Parish in Chicago, who said that if George countermanded
any recommendation by the archdiocesan review board to remove an accused priest, "that doesn't need an apology, that needs a resignation."
President Gerald Ford signed an order prohibiting foreign assassinations 25 years ago, but that could be countermanded
by any subsequent presidential order.
"I then tried to talk to him and found he had countermanded
my instructions and was on his way to go on holiday.
And what happened when McFarlane told Reagan that his presidential order, approved at a White House meeting, had been countermanded
By an order countermanded
too late, Cordelia is hanged in prison and Lear, broken - hearted, dies soon after.
One Rajya Sabha election and 3 Assembly elections have been countermanded
in the past.
The election in Bengaluru's Raja Rajeshwari (RR) Nagar seat was postponed to May 28 while it was countermanded
in Jayanagar segment due to the death of BJP candidate and MLA BN Vijaya Kumar on May 4.