deliberate misrepresentation

See: subreption
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Any deliberate misrepresentation will entail rejection of the offer.
Political players who had no qualms about bolstering their own positions exploited this vulnerability by encouraging speculation and engaging in deliberate misrepresentation, effectively portraying the Comelec as hopelessly corrupt and ineffectual.
The statement comes after Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov has also commented on the UN-OPCW repor report, stating that there was an obvious divergence from and deliberate misrepresentation of the facts.
The deliberate misrepresentation of facts by Qatar showed that Doha was not serious about dialogue," said the Saudi Foreign Ministry.
Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn has seized on the Chilcot Report as backing his assertion that the Iraq War was an act of military aggression based on a deliberate misrepresentation of the facts.
They held that the Comelec committed grave abuse of discretion since Poe did not make deliberate misrepresentation on her 10-year residency status, but there is no need for the SC to determine the eligibility of Poe on the citizenship requirement under the Constitution.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- If it is not a deliberate misrepresentation by Turkey's Ministry of European Union Affairs, there has been confusion on how to spend the 3 billion euros the EU is set to provide Turkey for taking care of the millions of refugees it has been hosting in its territory.
Council leader Brendan Toomey wrote on Twitter: "Skint: an outrageous and deliberate misrepresentation of Merthyr Tydfil and the vast majority of decent people who live here.
Their deliberate misrepresentation of the situation on the ground has paved the way for a severe downsizing of UNAMID since April 2012.
1) Deliberate Misrepresentation / Non-disclosure is tantamount to fraud.
If there is deliberate misrepresentation of MIP statistics by member states, "effective, dissuasive and proportionate" fines of up to 0.