Acting Presidents

Some articles on acting presidents, president, acting president, presidents, acting:

List Of Presidents Of France - Third French Republic (1870–1940) - Acting Presidents
... Under the Third Republic, the President of the Council served as Acting President whenever the office of President was vacant ... (11–13 June 1924) André Tardieu (7–10 May 1932) The office of President of the French Republic did not exist from 1940 until 1947 ...
Supreme Executive Council Of The Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania - Vice-Presidents of Council - "Acting" Presidents
... At least one source credits four Vice-Presidents with having served as Acting Presidents George Bryan (Acting President 23 May 1778-1 December 1778) James Potter (Acting President 8 October-7 November 1782 ... Presidents of Pennsylvania are sometimes included in the listing of former Governors.) None of these men (including Bryan) was given the title of Acting President during his time in office—each ... the honor is strictly unofficial.) During George Bryan's "term" as Acting President the office of President was, in fact, vacant—Thomas Wharton died 23 May 1778 and an election to choose his successor was ...
History Of Turkish Presidential Elections - Acting Presidents
... In the event of a temporary absence of the president on account of illness, travel abroad or similar circumstances, the speaker of the parliament serves as acting ...

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