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arrogating the very name of a sport from the players'
Otherwise, such an act would be tantamount to this court preempting the Supreme Court, and arrogating unto herself the authority to have a final say on the jurisprudential effect of the Supreme Court's decision,' she stated.
A large part of my outrage toward capital punishment was exactly the feeling that it was arrogating too much power to the government.
Otherwise, such an act would be tantamount to this Court pre-empting the Supreme Court, and arrogating unto herself the authority to have a final say on the jurisprudential effect of the Supreme Court's decision,' she pointed out.
And not only that, she even clarified deeper into the incidents involving the creation of the RCAO (Regional Court Administrative Office) and the JDO (Judiciary Decentralized Office) and she has further clarified the incident which points out to the fact that Chief Justice Sereno has indeed committed a culpable violation of the Constitution by arrogating upon herself the powers of the Supreme Court as a collegial body,' he added.
Otherwise, such an act would be tantamount to this court preempting the Supreme Court and arrogating unto herself the authority to have a final say on the jurisprudential effect of the Supreme Court's decision,' she said.
UFS, led by its president Nelson Ramirez, accused Marina of arrogating unto itself the authority to grant 'pioneer status' to brand-new vessels classed by the International Association of Classification Societies.
The minority said a recommendation to prosecute a public official by a House committee was neither an overreach of congressional jurisdiction nor an act of arrogating unto Congress the functions of the executive branch.
This idea of arrogating upon ourselves the power to change the Constitution will not sit well with the public.