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President Zeman, while stating in his letter that history should not be interpreted bypoliticans, and exposing the fact that politicians abuse history for their political interests, and that the past should first and foremost be analysed and interpreted by historians; contradicts his own words as he makes political assessments with regard to the events of 1915.
He argued that McCrory's order clarifies, rather than contradicts, the 2013 provision.
Paramount Pictures confirmed to AP that censors in the UAE, Qatar and Bahrain will not release the film because "it contradicts the teachings of Islam.
He also outlined how SOCPA has already communicated the details of IFRSs/ SOCPA standards convergence project to Department of Zakat and tax (DZIT), CMA and MoCI; had discussed their concerns and obtained their general consent that their rules and policies did not contradict with IFRSs.
Citing provisions of Directive 2013/32/EU and Directive 2013/33/EU, the BHC emphasizes that EU member states can only detain people seeking asylum or protection for a number of strictly enumerated purposes and for short periods of time, or otherwise the detention would contradict Article 5 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Bulgaria would be held liable for the breach at the European Court of Human Rights.
organizations contradict each other and one and the same country cannot be a member of all these unions simultaneously", he said.
Mazini pointed out that such action is considered a dangerous precedent, it require all patriotic forces and civil society organizations to bear their responsibilities because the contradict the principles of democratic, pluralist system that respects human rights and defends private and social freedom.
A VATICAN spokesman appeared to contradict the Pope's own admissions of his Hitler Youth membership last night as he visited Jerusalem's holy sites.
Both sides are at fault when they wander outside their area of competence to contradict each other.
2 : to be opposed to <Your actions contradict your words.
The behavior of these particles--their incessant motion--seemed to contradict the theories of matter that ruled the day.
The 9/11 Commission Report's explanation, which contradicts four previous explanations by federal officials on this matter (all four of which also contradict each other), is fraught with discrepancies, errors, omissions, and contradictions.