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Ong said that should the proscription petition be granted by the court, it will have the consequence of allowing government to seek the permission of the Court of Appeals to engage in wiretapping activities against the respondents, as well as apply for a freeze order on and examination of the bank accounts and assets of their financiers, leaders, and identified members.
Decisions about proscribing or extending the proscription of a particular organisation are taken after extensive consideration and in light of a full assessment of available information.
The leader would not comment today but at the time Corbyn said in a Commons debate that proscription of Al Qaeda and other groups was "causing a great deal of disquiet in the Islamic, Turkish and Tamil communities.
Members of the Confederation of Revolutionary Workers' Unions (DySK), the Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions (KESK), the Turkish Union of Engineers and Architects' Chambers (TMMOB) and the Turkish Medical Association (TTB) were all gearing up to hold rallies for May 1, Labor Day, in the square, but are now faced with the governor's proscription on the events.
On enforcement of proscription regime, the Minister directed that Interior Ministry to further finetune the procedure of proscription and that a proper system should be put in place to ensure that such organizations don't reemerge with new names and nomenclatures.
Sophie forbids her children to go near the two sisters who offer them friendship and hope, a proscription neither James nor Twig obeys.
Breaking proscription laws can lead to jail sentences of up to 10 years and/or a fine while lesser offences, such as displaying articles in public in support of a proscribed organisation, can lead to six months in prison and a fine not exceeding PS5,000.
His perspectives are law, symbolism, and punishment; localism, justice, and the right to judge; the forms of rough music; sex, gender, and moral policing; defending economic interests; political resistance; resistive communities; and performance and proscription.
Although the death penalty clearly was not considered a ''cruel and unusual'' punishment when the Eighth Amendment proscription of such punishments was adopted, perhaps society's ''evolving standards of decency'' have brought this punishment under the proscription.
He urged the German authorities to keep a close watch on their activities in breach of the EU proscription, the External Affairs Ministry said.
EeIn the aftermath of last week's proscription of Nigeria's Islamic sects Boko Haram and Ansaru by the Nigerian government, the country's apex Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has ordered banks to check the activities of the terrorist groups.
She was announcing planned new laws designed to fight terrorism, including banning orders for hate preachers who manage to avoid proscription and new internet controls.
The sentence from the Tehran Revolutionary Court included a five-year proscription on any cultural, political or media activities after her six-month jail term.
He further said, there is no proscription for the outfit that killed Indra Gandhi.
Proscription means that membership of TTP becomes a criminal offence in the UK, as will any attempt to operate, recruit or fundraise on behalf of the organisation.