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'We support the motion that all assemblymen need to declare assets.
Les investissements declares dans le cadre des projets de creation sont passes de 1124.0 MD durant les huit premiers mois 2017 a 1317.5 MD durant la meme periode de l'annee 2018, enregistrant ainsi une hausse de 17.2%.
Gray maintains that members of the Liberian Senate cannot declare their assets to the Commission.
Failure to declare assets carries a penalty of one month to one year in prison, and fines of up to $500.
"I see no reason at all why individuals should have to declare membership of freemasonry," he told Y Byd ar Bedwar.
August 6: Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia, and Serbia declares war on Germany.
The government decision comes in response to the demand of the non-Maoist parties to declare their cadres and supporters killed as martyrs.
It is understood Dr Marek is not making the loan at a commercial interest rate, in which case the politician may not be obliged to declare it.
And a plank in the 2004 Texas Republican platform declares that "the United States of America is a Christian nation" and disparages "the myth of the separation of church and state."
The President has had to declare disaster areas numerous times, thus allowing for specialized accounting and exceptions to the rules.
When, in the span of time covered by this time line, did Ukraine first declare its independence?
EHP now requires authors to declare "competing financial interests." The new policy is available on the web in our updated Instructions to Authors (http:// ehp.niehs.nih.gov/docs/admin/edpolicy.html); the new downloadable form is also available (http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/cfi.pdf).
The decision to declare the patient 'suitable' to donate organs would be made either after, or even before, the withdrawal of life support (ventilation).
He began to press the Palestinians to declare their independent state in 1987, when the U.N.
Bush did not declare war on Al Qaeda or the Taliban; he declared war on terrorism, which will be with us in one form or another for the foreseeable future.