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forced or compelled or put in force

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It emphasised that, 'there is no time limit, no matter how short, for an enforced disappearance to occur', and that 'when a person is disappeared, every anguished minute spent by his or her relatives without news of that person is a minute too long.
London [UK], Nov 7 ( ANI ): Amnesty International has called upon authorities in Pakistan to immediately end enforced disappearances.
I really don't know how to comment or what to stay about the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances.
TUNIS, (TAP) - Nearly 36 cases of enforced disappearance have been recorded by the Truth and Dignity Commission (French: IVD) in the period 1991-2008, including cases dating back to the Youssefist period, the IVD said in a press conference Monday.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has denounced the 'alarming' increase in enforced or involuntary disappearances, and urged all member states to ratify or accede to the United Nations convention on enforced disappearance aimed at preventing such acts.
Summary: <p>"It is vital to draw more attention to the issue of enforced disappearances as it still remains severely underreported, particularly in certain regions of the world," said Jeremy Sarkin, chairperson of the United Nations Working Group on enforced or involuntary disappearances.
It is the first international pact of its kind that focuses on enforced disappearance, according to the United Nations.
Obviously the law isn't being enforced if we have a rate of sales that high,'' Councilman Andy Visokey said last week.
Granted, the football rule is enforced in the best ways humans have been able to devise while the supervision of the divine command is left mostly to the inefficiency of the Almighty.
We want the resolutions of the world's most important multilateral body to be enforced.
The contractor argued that the liquidated damages provision should not be enforced because, among other things, (1) the liquidated damages constituted an improper penalty and (2) the owner's rights to claim such damages had been waived by virtue of the certifications of the contractor's requisitions for payment by the owner's architect in the period subsequent to the contract-mandated period.
What policies do you want "fixed," or system enforced, and which one will humans make?
This mandated report responds to Congressional concerns that provisions in section 43 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (FDI Act) are not being enforced.
The federal appeals court enforced the arbitration agreement as it related to damages specific to the employee.
A further ground for refusal would be double jeopardy, whereby another state has already enforced a ruling against the person for the same act.