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Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said the Palace does not view Trillanes, one of the staunchest critics of Duterte, as a 'hindrance to governance.'
Earlier, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) had issued that any area causing hindrance to female voters would be considered invalid in its constituency and face disqualification from the election.
Second reason mentioned as cause of hindrance in FBR investigations was related to legal framework mechanisms which bind foreign jurisdictions to exchange information with Pakistan, weren't also available.
I really appreciate those countries, societies and parents who allow their daughters to get education without any hindrance. However, it hurts me to say that some parents don't allow their daughters and girls to get education.
roads for the motorcylists, creating hindrance for pedestrians.
NNA - March 14 senior Fares Souaid said March 14 initiative must be discussed with Hezbollah as the latter is the principle impeder of the presidential elections and is using General Michel Aoun as a means to exercise such hindrance to the presidential elections course.
Courts in the Kingdom have so far received 199 cases of disobedience filed by fathers against their sons and 37 hindrance cases submitted by sons against their fathers since the beginning of the current year, local media reported.
But that's why we have the rules, the hindrance rule.
Claire and James should know fear of debt is a huge hindrance to people from lower-income families going to uni.
Is he happy for Iran to develop nuclear weapons without hindrance?
I completed my degree last spring and never felt that having been homeschooled was in any way a hindrance to me academically.
Veerkamp says it's important to know what you're doing before taking a preservation vacation because "there's a tension about the balance between creating income streams for projects and having folks be a contribution, not a hindrance, to the projects."
NEARLY half of company directors and senior managers believe a posh accent is a hindrance rather than a help when it comes to succeeding in business, a survey revealed today.
The Rota NCO power lathe chuck is designed for vertical turning centers where contaminants are a hindrance to process reliability.