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Expressly stated in Article 4(1), derogation of an ICCPR provision requires that a state experience such a catastrophe that its very "life" is threatened.
"Those who are struggling to complete the work they have been contracted to carry out in their Glastir agreements should make sure that they request a derogation as soon as possible, and before the end of December."
"Yes, in theory the commission's operation could be impacted, depending on the argument Turkey chooses to put forth -- whether the derogation
They maintained the crisis derogation and extended the scope of beneficiaries to include workers on fixed-term contracts, interim workers, self-employed people and young people not in employment, education or training (NEET).
The new regulation abolishes this derogation and requires the landing of sharks with their fins attached.
Farmers will be allowed to bury fallen stock until midnight on April 16 and the derogation has been extended to parts of north Ceredigion.
The derogation covers agreement holders who may have an agreement that would otherwise include restrictions on carrying out supplementary feeding on stewardship land.
Bulgaria will ask the European Commission for a derogation, so that a substantial part of the South Stream pipe be used only by shareholders, confirmed energy minister Traicho Traikov Tuesday.
Regulation EC 443/2009 that sets CO2 emissions levels for passenger cars states that manufacturers with limited production and/or niche manufacturers may be given derogations. The draft regulation, which the Council decided not to oppose on 13 September, determines the information such manufacturers must provide to apply for a derogation.
The Hill Pony Improvement Societies of Wales had welcomed an "agreement in principle" to a derogation from rural affairs minister Elin Jones.
The derogation, agreed in February 1999, expired after 10 years and the present extension will be reviewed after five years alongside the progress made in phasing out heavy metals in crates and pallets.
Albion Advanced Nutrition, Clearfield, UT, has been granted derogation from the United Kingdom Food Standards Agency on the following ingredients: calcium amino acid chelate, magnesium amino acid chelate, iron amino acid chelate (Ferrochel), manganese amino acid chelate, zinc amino acid chelate, copper amino acid chelate and chromium amino acid chelate (Chromium Chelavite).
After reviewing a high threat message, individuals with low efficacy perceptions will exhibit more message derogation, will be more likely to dismiss the message as a manipulation, and will display a more positive attitude toward risky behavior than those with high efficacy perceptions.
Upon accession, the ten countries will join the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) as "member states with a derogation"; their central banks will become part of the European System of Central Banks.
Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz of Lincoln, Nebraska, for example, has "given a derogation so people can kneel if they wish." Some bishops will allow kneeling, but not actively support it, while the Bishop of Lafayette, Ind.