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a hypothetical controversial proposition

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Les contestations des non-beneficiaires des aides relatives a l'operation solidarite ramadhan enregistrees dans une dizaine de commune, ont ete reglees, a annonce, hier le ministere de la Solidarite nationale, de la Famille et de la Condition de la femme.
By Abdullah Al-Mershed KUWAIT, Sept 12 (KUNA) -- The Constitutional Court will hold sessions in early October to cross-examine contestations regarding results of the recent parliamentary elections, announced a senior judge on Thursday.
He includes chapters on the civil rights movement and its legislative victories; student revolt and the counterculture; the War on Poverty; contestations over the Vietnam War in society, media, and government; and the women's liberation movement.
Par : Soha Gfar Tahrir avant la Revolution Pendant le soulevement Apres les grandes contestations Carte postale de la place Tahrir La place Tahrir a gagne sa notoriete mondiale depuis le declenchement de la revolution le 25 janvier 2011.
Summary: Wednesday saw a fresh wave of challenges submitted by losing candidates of the June 7 elections as the deadline for contestations loomed.
Therefore, the contestations around race found among the Generacion del '30 pale in comparison to those found in the island as a whole, and should not be read as representing the investments of the majority of Puerto Ricans then or now.
The study does not, though, elide the contestations at work among these discursive fields and within each of them.
Stone's emphasis along with some material he utilizes demonstrates that the eighteenth-century public cared about battles and contestations abroad.
Une reprise marquee par une vague de violence et de contestations contre les chevaliers du sifflet.
151 of 2013 on execution of verdicts of the Constitutional Court with respect of electoral contestations, the Decree No.
explores how as the French region of Languedoc came to be absorbed into the medieval Capetian kingdom in the wake of the Albigensian Crusade municipal, royal, and ecclesiastical officials struggled for jurisdiction over the population of the city of Toulouse, as well as how urban populations themselves engaged in these contestations through protests, revolts, and public engagement with the legal system, thereby playing a key role in the formation of the political and judicial structures of the 13th and 14th centuries.
Dernierement, deux decisions ont ete adoptees, presageant de fortes contestations : la premiere sur la loi electorale rejetee par les forces politiques.
By Ahmad Al-Mutairi KUWAIT, April 18 (KUNA) -- The Constitutional Court, presided by justice Faisal Al-Mershed, on Wednesday adjourned till the 20th of June all contestations that have been submitted against the 2012 National Assembly (parliamentary) elections.
It is also charged with examining contestations, with the power to uphold
From the mid-1970s to the mid-1990s, the Upper Huallaga Valley in Peru experienced an economic boom based on the illicit cocaine trade while simultaneously experiencing contestations for control between the Peruvian state and the Shining Path guerilla group.