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Synonyms for derecognise

cause to be no longer approved or accepted

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The Vidarbha Jan Andolan Samiti [VJAS], a farmers' organisation, welcomes this biggest ever action in the history of Maharashtra to derecognise 600 schools belonging to politicians and legislators on the basis of a state survey which will save more than Rs10 billion [Dh6.
According to Unison's regional website, a decision to derecognise APAP was taken in December.
GMB branch secretary Steve McBride said: ``There are two main issues - the imposition of a 2pc pay award without the courtesy of negotiations and the company's attempt to derecognise the union.
The decision to derecognise the APSC is seen as a consequence of this letter.
They should] derecognise the government and give protection to the people.
For the avoidance of any doubt Royal Mail has never had any strategy to derecognise the CWU and nor would we seek to do so.
The Transport and General Workers' Union are also angry at Tesco's decision to derecognise the union and are threatening a UK-wide ballot.
Others within the organisation say its is offensive and lawyers have also warned the society it could attract the attention of police and urged the board to derecognise it.
The Royal Mail strongly denied that senior managers had seen the disputed document, marked "in strictest confidence", and said it had no plans to derecognise the union.
Drivers are at loggerheads with bosses over plans to change their terms and conditions and derecognise their union when they move to a new base.
The minister backed IIT's action, saying the institution has clearly stated that some procedures by the students' organisation were not followed and it knew that Dean will derecognise it for violating norms.
He said: "We were within an ace of an arrangement on protection of pay and conditions in the Livingston site transfer when the Tesco managers produced a statement stating quite clearly they wanted to derecognise us.
A day after Delhi University's Faculty of Law was jolted by the Bar Council of India ( BCI) decision to derecognise the law courses offered by the varsity, the Dean of Faculty of Law maintained they have followed all the rules and were in the process of replying to BCI.
The aggrieved universities had approached the Supreme Court, opposing the HRD ministry's decision to derecognise them.
It is ethically wrong to derecognise the medical colleges in the interest of students," he said.