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While rules granting freedom of information are a step in the right direction, states have a responsibility to ensure that other national laws on freedom of expression do not hamper government attempts at creating greater transparency.
by Tamkin on 25 September, 2014 - 16:00 SHABARGHAN (Pajhwok): Agitating inmates ended their protest on Thursday in north western Jawzjan province after assurances about transparent implementation of the presidential decree granting freedom to certain prisoners.
Israel is continuing its policy of discrimination -- granting freedom of occupation to Israeli journalists everywhere in the world, while preventing Palestinian journalists from covering [events] and doing their work faithfully," the PJU said in a statement.
The author candidly shares about the pain she has gone through, and her life's dramatic transformation, in hopes of granting freedom to a reader who may be going through the same.
The town has always had a strong affinity with the Armed Forces - granting Freedom of the Borough to both the Royal Welch Fusiliers and 101 Force Support Battalion - Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME).
reflecting a policy by the Educational Institution that is far from granting freedom," the report stated.
Thank you for granting freedom of expression, views, faiths and practices of the various religions.
Manila Justice Secretary Leila de Lima has ordered a review of cases of political prisoners in view of granting freedom to certain qualified detainees.
uk said the new details, including parole documents granting freedom to UK convicts, add to a collection of more than 2.
We demand Your Excellency, the UN Secretary General, to honor your oath in following up and implementation of the resolutions in support of the right of repatriation of Palestinian refugees, against territorial expansionism, in support for Islamic and Christian sites of Beit-ul-Muqaddas and the laws on granting freedom of expression to the people of the country occupied by the usurping government as well as all four Geneva conventions," the letter said.
Eager to engage in commerce with the West, the Kremlin loosened restrictions on travel, granting freedom to a generation of Soviet dissidents.
Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher will then hand the victims' families civic rolls granting freedom of the city.