Have we not yet had enough of handing power and control to the money men?
Otherwise, the person we hand power to will be stigmatized as an American puppet.
Nato has begun the long process of handing power over to Afghan forces.
Etiaba handed power back to him after the court ruling.
She didn't exactly meet his eyes; she knew better than to hand him that much power when he was in a mood to use it.
The junta then stepped down and handed power to Ulate.
Well, we have to spend the next few hours getting everything together for handing power back over.
The army handed power to a civilian government last year, but the military's primacy is entrenched in the country's constitution.
But what worries me is this: How often do you see people voluntarily handing power back these days?
If all goes according to plan, he will be the last foreigner to administer Bosnia before handing power to its citizens.
Clegg wants to hand power up to international bodies as well as down to communities; Cameron does not.
So the invaders found themselves without an effective prime minister to hand power to, yet they were stuck deep inside enemy territory.
More than 100 were killed in riots before Babangida agreed to hand power to an interim government on August 27, 1993.
This is to compensate for the difficulty of starting a hole by hand power alone.
I was forced to hand power over, at gun point, on March the 17th.
The sidewalks became an old-fashioned bazaar, with mail and merchandise being conveyed under hand power.
Do we really want to make an effectively irrevocable legal framework to hand power over to a very unrepresentative, undemocratic group?
Small shapers have been successfully made to operate by hand power.
It marked the penultimate phase of a six-year plan to hand power back to elected civilian officials.
The military Government has pledged to hand power to a civilian President on May 29.