demarcation

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They said, 'Incorporation of updated census and demarcation made into the system along with implementation of biometric voting system would ensure emergence of real representative leadership which works diligently to pull the country out of crises.
Ambassador Al-Otaibi told KUNA the letter expresses a joint desire for the UN to uphold its legal obligation in implementing maintenance of the border demarcation, in view of Security Council Resolution 833.
July 18, 2010 (KHARTOUM) -- The ruling National Congress Party (NCP) today blamed the Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) for the delay in completing the border demarcation process, a crucial step in the run-up to the South Sudan referendum scheduled for January 2011.
Cambodia and Vietnam have rescheduled the end of their joint border demarcation project for 2012, a senior government official said Wednesday.
This is done through flexible service demarcations, including 100Mbps or 1Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) over fiber and copper, while lowering the initial investment for business services such as Ethernet Private Line (EPL) and Ethernet Private LAN (E-LAN).
It said that Geological Survey of Pakistan, as reported in some sections of the media, being entirely a different department with its own mandate and functions, 'has no relevance to Surveys and Demarcations with the neighboring countries and states.
By James Gatdet Dak July 15, 2010 (JUBA) -- The two partners to the 2005 peace deal in Sudan have resolved to establish a four-person subcommittee to assist the North-South border demarcation committee in reaching an agreement on the contentious areas of proposed demarcations.