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In what circumstances does the Vice-President take over the office of the President?

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The Vice-President takes over the office of the President normally under four circumstances: (a) death of the President; (b) resignation of the President; (c) removal of the President from his office through impeachment or otherwise; and (d) when the President is unable to discharge his functions owing to absence, illness or any other cause.

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