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existing in fact whether with lawful authority or not

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While Pakistan is significantly invested into this de facto industrial policy, it is too early to offer any assessment.
Assaf personally blamed the chairman of the Hamas politburo and Hamas chief in the Gaza Strip for the attack, given the fact that Hamas has been the de facto ruler of the Strip since its takeover of the enclave from the Palestinian Authority in 2007.
He initiated the poll after Khairy ridiculed him for proposing that Najib return to head Umno as its de facto leader.
Partial or de facto dollarisation happens when the local currency remains the exclusive legal tender but financial and payment-related transactions are allowed to be dollar-denominated, effectively allowing a bi-currency system to take hold.
Myanmar's de facto leader has no power over the military, but a UN fact-finding mission in August concluded that Aung San Suu Kyi, who serves as state counsellor and foreign minister, had "not used her de facto position as head of government, nor her moral authority, to stem or prevent the unfolding events in Rakhine state".
New Delhi (India), Sept 27 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday said that Robert Vadra is working as de facto Congress president.
Contrary the analysis offered by LTN, which claims the data 'destroys the myth' that Taiwanese society hopes to maintain the status-quo indefinitely, it actually seems that around a quarter of respondents remains static in their outlook towards de facto independence, and would anticipate no significant changes to the cross-strait political landscape.
'We're living basically in a de facto martial law environtment of the 70s kind,' he added.
He covers fundamental aspects of regulatory power in international sport, the contractual authority of sports governing bodies--the real and the fictional, the de facto power of sports governing bodies, the extent and function of consent in their de facto power, the de factor jurisdiction of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, individual liberty and de factor power, legitimacy and the justification of their regulatory power, and conferring legality on the regulation of international sort: the need for an international treaty.
In reply to a question by Dawn, he says the July 25 exercise at best is a search for a 'Sanjrani prime minister' in a fragmented parliament so that 'de facto, and not de jure state continues to be in the driving seat.'
19 (Petra) -- Turkey's operation in Syria's Afrin region has "de facto" begun with cross-border shelling, Turkish Defence Minister Nurettin Canikli said on Friday.
Latvian Security Police (SP) have launched three criminal processes for vote-buying in the 2017 municipal elections, as confirmed by deputy chief of Security Police Ints Ulmanis in an interview with De Facto of LTV.
The essays comprising "De Facto Feminism" are set chronologically, beginning with a picture of her Tuskegee Airman father, and an account of a near-idyllic childhood in Oakland, California.
includes both de jure and de facto directors, it is a mistake for the