Now it has used the Council of Common Interests (CCI) to undermine
NEPRA's powers,' he added.
The Council also called on Palestinians and Israelis "to avoid acts which undermine
confidence and the viability of a two-state solution.
They would undermine
Israel's international reputation and create doubts about its stated commitment to achieving peace with the Palestinians," he said.
Moroccan authorities' response was "responsible and firm" and complied with the law in force in the face of acts perpetrated by trouble makers in order to sow discord and tarnish Morocco's image and undermine
its sovereignty and territorial integrity, Akharbach told MPs at the Lower House.
What has been achieved in the field of security needs to be safeguarded since the enemy is continuing to try and undermine
the political process especially now that elections are imminent," said al-Maliki.
In a statement, Mr Brown said: ''This act will undermine
prospects for peace on the Korean peninsula and will do nothing for North Korea's security.
2 : to weaken secretly or little by little <Their criticisms undermine
Illegal cigarette sales continue to undermine
the public health goals of the tax increase.
During the early years of the Employment Relations Act (2000-2004) a perception grew that employers were trying to undermine
collective bargaining by automatically passing on to non-union employees terms agreed in collective bargaining.
Mrs Beckett said the day of "carnage" showed how desperate insurgents were to undermine
the fledgeling democracy.
Some political observers said the proposed ordinance could speed decision-making but might undermine
If the court adopts that view, it could undermine
the legal rationale for global airline alliances.
Over time, I think responsible professionals should also try to influence local publishers and broadcasters to move away from such practices, not just because of any cultural or moral qualms (important as these may be), but also for the very practical reason that these practices ultimately undermine
the credibility of both the giver and receiver in the eyes of audiences.
Compared to these considerations, the prospect that protective measures in the energy sector undermine
Europe's position in the WTO and the European call on other countries, such as Russia, to open their energy markets, is unlikely to work as a major deterrent to European governments.
The consequences to humanitarian workers when charitable assistance is confused with military or intelligence operations may be deadly to staff and may undermine
the effectiveness of the programs they deliver.