convoke convoke


  • (v) call together


  1. The government was obliged to convoke the medical and paramedical staff owing to the epidemic.
  2. His dream is to convoke all religious heads of all hues and resolve the problem that had been festering for decades.


  1. "We will convoke parliament immediately to adopt this decree in two to three days," said Berlusconi, who has a comfortable majority in both houses. "I believe I represent the sentiment of the majority of Italians."
    on Feb 6, 2009 By: Silvio Berlusconi Source: AFP

  2. "I convoke all the governors tomorrow to work for a real autonomy," Morales said in a televised speech. "I hope the governors hear me so together we can guarantee autonomy for different sectors, regions, indigenous people and also provinces."
    on May 5, 2008 By: Evo Morales Source: Kansas City Star

  3. "There must be some corrections in the president for direct convoke of referendum, overcoming presidential veto to be realized due to higher percent of MPs votes, may be legislation initiative rights that's all. I think that we shouldn't break the...
    on Jul 31, 2009 By: Georgi Parvanov Source: Focus News

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