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Mehbooba claimed the reconciliatory and developmental process facilitated by the then PDP- led government between 2002 and 2005 had sparked political, economic and social activity on a phenomenal scale, leading to complete transformation of the ground situation on almost every front in the state.
During the meeting, the Sheikh of Al-Azhar was briefed on the Salafi party's visions for the current stage and reconciliatory efforts as well as the role which Egypt's main Islamic institute can play in this respect, according to the statement.
But some in the GPC say the main reason behind your opposition isn't the reconciliatory work but that you want to get the Parliament head's position?
It was unfortunate that the President's appeals for talks fell on deaf ears, although he simultaneously and successfully led the Palestinian reconciliatory talks between President Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) and the chief of Hamas' political bureau, Khaled Meshl.
The conclusion I arrive at from my observations is this: Tunisia will make it with the extraordinarily constructive and reconciliatory leadership.
Cairo's efforts to mediate between Fatah and Hamas to sign a reconciliatory agreement by which to overcome the deep division have been in vain.
BEIRUT: Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) leader MP Michel Aoun said on Saturday that there was no need for a reconciliatory meeting with Lebanese Forces (LF) leader Samir Geagea prior to a change in the LF political stances.
Zardari said he was supportive of the reconciliatory efforts, as he had said goodbye to the politics of confrontation for working jointly for the development of the country.
The Secretary General said in a letter addressed to the legislators that his move comes as part of reconciliatory dialogue conducted between the SPLM members of Upper Nile Legislative Assembly.
He looks at recent cases of abuse of justice among individuals, groups, and nations, and explores ways for restoring reconciliatory practices in contemporary life.
A number of reconciliatory efforts have focused on the 1946 lynching of two young Black men and their two girlfriends in Walton County, Georgia.
Better than that--they'd had plenty of naughty, tweaky, plotty, reconciliatory confabulations.