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During the military takeover, the constitution was not aboli

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During the military takeover, the constitution was not aboli [#permalink] New post 23 Apr 2017, 11:55
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During the military takeover, the constitution was not abolished, but some of its clauses temporarily were _____________ as the armed forces took over the administration.

❑ suspended

❑ notarized

❑ under construction

❑ put in abeyance

❑ left undefined

❑ widely promulgated

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A and D
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Re: During the military takeover, the constitution was not aboli [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2017, 02:21
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We have to look for something that is less strong than abolishing the Constitution but that is coherent with the fact that there has been a coup. Thus, "suspended" and "put in abeyance" seem working. Answers A and D!
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