obstinacy


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It was a very moving article that beautifully depicted the situation in Syria and the agony of those people who have been rendered homeless due to Assad's obstinacy.
The battle is over and only selfinterest and obstinacy can pretend otherwise.
He also voiced concern over developments related to Jerusalem with the stalemate in the peace process due to Israeli obstinacy.
Not only without a recommendation but also with swift negotiations, also a membership, financial indiscipline and few budget frauds, unlimited right to veto and obstinacy, Dimovski concludes.
They considered that the group's obstinacy and its continuation in rallying gunmen at the entrances of the capital and erecting a new camp near the important ministries reflects the aforethought intention of Houthis to carry out conspiratorial schemes aiming at igniting sedition and undermining the security and stability of the homeland and prejudice to its unity and republican system and impeding the implementation of the national dialogue outcomes and the building of a modern civil state of justice and equality.
Summary: Despite growing unease over his tenure by allies in the West and the region, including internal partners in Iraq, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki appears as determined as ever to retain power, but his obstinacy looks to threaten the stability of the entire region and for any semblance of security to be maintained, he must leave office soon.
Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski said in his mega interview with MIA that the obstinacy of SDSM by refusing to enter Parliament was going to cause Macedonia to lose the EC recommendation, which was going to be bad for everyone.
When the Albanian cause in Struga was supposed to be protected, the votes of BDI's supporters helped Zijadin Sela whereas thanks to PDSH's obstinacy, Miloseski is today the mayor of Dolneni," BDI accused.
Abdelhadi briefed Mikdad on the recent developments in Palestinian-Israeli talks, saying that no progress had been made in this regard due to Israel's obstinacy, affirming the Palestinian people's commitment to rejecting any Israeli presence on Palestinian territories, SANA reported Monday.
You would have to agree further that when the man of age and experience reminds the youngster that, for all his obstinacy, he has woefully failed to make his targets for a few years now that, it is a failure worth paying attention to.
The Israeli decision is an indicator of "Israel's disdain of the international community will and its obstinacy to hide violations of Al Quds Asharif legacy", the OIC secretary general, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, said in a statement.
According to the ministry of foreign Affairs, Tedros expressed solidarity with the people of Eritrea whom he said are continuously suffering due the regime's "brutality and obstinacy to peace".
In response to the Prosecutor General's announcement, Shafiq told Egyptian media on Tuesday night that he was not surprised by the court's decision or their "childish obstinacy," according to Al-Ahram.
It is a little twee, but the bubblegum shoegaze which did its damndest to fracture the old wooden beams of Chester's Compass had a habit of blasting cobwebs and obstinacy away.
The al-Qassam group called the removal of the video "a clear indication of progress and establishment of logic instead of obstinacy," but added it would resume attacks on banks unless roughly a dozen other versions of the video that remain on YouTube are removed as well.