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a legally authorized postponement before some obligation must be discharged

suspension of an ongoing activity

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development options and a global review of moratorium policy.
The proposed moratorium, which has been transmitted to Malacanang for approval and for funding assistance, may last from six months to a year to give the city government time to rebuild Baguio's treeline and modernize its public facilities like the sewers.
The moratorium, which covers around 66 million hectares (254,827 square miles) of primary forest and peatland, was first introduced in 2011 and has been renewed regularly as part of the efforts to reduce emissions from fires caused by deforestation.
The MPs wanted the moratorium to be extended by a year.
The Arkansas Insurance Department at the end of May announced a 60-day moratorium on the cancellation/non-renewal of policies for non-payment of premiums after Gov.
MP Rada Tumenbayeva delivered a speech at the event and added that it is planned to introduce amendments into law to introduce a moratorium on shooting Marco Polo and argali.
The moratorium is already putting economic development projects at risk and costing the county jobs, according to union leader John Murphy.
According to Lilang, Palawan municipalities that they recommend to be exempt from the moratorium are just seven in the original list but it has increased by three more than ten.
A vote count at the UN General Assembly's plenary session on a draft resolution calling for a moratorium on executions by all states still retaining the death penalty created a stir when Pakistan was shown as having voted for the first time in favour of the resolution.
"Pakistan, in accordance with its consistent policy, voted against the General Assembly resolution calling for a moratorium on execution, with a view to abolishing the death penalty," Dr Faisal said in a tweet.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) asked whether the increase in excise tax on mineral products under TRAIN would be enough to satisfy the condition for the lifting of the moratorium, as provided under Executive Order 79.
In a statement today, its president George Varughese labelled as 'extremely disappointing' the Pakatan Harapan (PH) administration's move to lift the moratorium after riots at a Hindu temple.
The final version of the intergovernmental agreement on establishing moratorium on industrial fishing forsturgeon in the Caspian Sea will be presented at the second session, added Akhundov.
Sawmillers yesterday criticised the six-month extension of the logging moratorium, saying it has cost jobs, slashed income and caused 'untold suffering'.
The Excelsior City Council, responding to concerns about the impact of such projects on the character of the community, approved a 60-day moratorium late Tuesday on complete teardown-replacement projects.