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We consider SBSA to be a domestic systemically important bank, but the proposed enactment of resolution legislation in South African to recapitalise a failing bank makes it more likely that senior creditors would be "bailed in".
Certainly, judicial decisions regarding the constitutionality of a proposed enactment may assist legislators in making their legislative choices and may help to further their understanding of the Constitution.
These generating sets are the last resort," Petilla said during the hearing on the proposed enactment of the joint resolution authorizing the President to establish an additional generating capacity in accordance with Section 71 of the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (Epira).
He expressed openness to the proposed enactment of a law on limited divorce, which enables couples from troubled marriages to remarry, but prohibits them from having another divorce.
Brewer, D-Barre, yesterday defended his proposed enactment of a "stand your ground" law in Massachusetts, similar to one on the books in Florida that has come under intense criticism after Trayvon Martin's shooting death by a neighborhood watch volunteer.
In fact, the proposed enactment contains a series of crucial exceptions that quickly turn such rosily "color-blind" expectations completely upside down.
The 7,000-member group, composed of university professors, lawyers and high school teachers, rejected the proposed SDF logistical support activities and strongly opposed the proposed enactment of a bill to allow such SDF support.
The Mayor has proposed enactment of a 10 percent credit that could generate up to $14 million in contributions to cultural institutions.
He expressed openness to the proposed enactment of a law on limited divorce, to enable couples from troubled marriages to remarry, but prohibit them to have another divorce.

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