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However, Raila Odinga's adviser Salim Lone said Orengo and Wanjigi served the airport immigration officer with the court order but their passports were still confiscated.
In December last year, Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i was accused by members of civil society organisations of ignoring a court order over the tenure of NGO Coordination Board Executive Director Fazul Mahamed.
Dr Asim through his counsel had filed an application, requesting the apex court to initiate contempt of court proceedings against the interior secretary for not ensuring that his name was taken off the ECL despite court orders.
It's ridiculous the council have to keep applying for a new court order every time they move on.
Suite 201, Tampa, suspended until further order effective 30 days from a November 7 court order.
Reyes said peace consultant Adelberto Silva, who was similarly charged with the Tiamzons, has been released even without the hard copy of the court order.
The order was issued on a petition filed by a government school teacher of Charsadda, Javed Khan who said that the officials had not been obeying the court orders about reinstating him on the previous job in a government school despite of clear order of the court.
The Minister said: "This is an encouraging report which recognises the positive efforts made by the Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunals Service in improving the accuracy of recording court orders.
The second page of the court order states that it doesn't require Verizon to produce data "wholly originating and terminating in foreign countries.
The Coptic citizens urged Prosecutor General Abdel-Meguid Mahmoud to take all necessary legal action against Minister of Interior Mansour El-Essawy and his assistant who declined to implement the court order, which is considered a criminal offence.
Three budgets have been passed since the court order but we haven't been paid a single halala," Sattam told Arab News yesterday.
LEAF argued that the decision about what recourses and remedies are available when men are in breach of family court orders should be made in consideration of the gender inequality so often associated with support orders, and in a way that is consistent with section 15 Charter equality values.