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One of the most successful and most recent examples of UN political trusteeship is the UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).
Dr Cirino Hiteng, one of the former political detainees who is also a signatory to the peace agreement, believes that it is only a UN Trusteeship that can rescue South Sudan from its current crisis, since experience has proved that Kiir and Machar cannot work together--yet there would be no peace without an all-inclusive government that also includes the former vice president.
The United States, however, retorted that such a demand constituted a breach of the "American concept of democracy" and that opposition to the trusteeship rule was a rightful reaction from Koreans.
The point is that the bodies of trusteeship and guardianship are obliged to investigate the life of a child as well as of a person
In summer 2008, SEIU began monitoring UHW activity and when it announced that trusteeship hearings were scheduled for September, the union bombarded UHW members with mailings, robo-calls, personal visits and threats.
official even recommended Washington withhold giving administrative rights over the islands to Japan as it would entail a "great loss of face" for Taiwan, but the islets were returned to Japan since they were part of the area administered by Japan when the United States placed them under trusteeship.
Trusteeship is a concept equally applicable to many other areas of concern to humanity.
16 February 2011 - India's CARE yesterday withdrew the rating on a pass through certificates (PTCs), issued under the loan securitisation programme of IDBI Trusteeship Services Ltd.
BASRA / Aswat al-Iraq: An outstanding Iraqi economic expert has called for rescheduling of his country's foreign debts, in order to face the implications that followed its exit from the UN Charter's 7th Article, that imposed a financial boycott against it, pointing out that such measures would continue for six more months after its exit from the UN's trusteeship from the said article.
Finally, Brenda-Lee Doyle's and Sandra Harrison's paper, "The Mental Health Act and the Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act: Working Together to Protect the Rights of Albertans" reviews the recently amended Alberta Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act, describes how it works with the new Mental Health Act and highlights some of the ways both Acts protect the rights of Albertans.
For the first time this year, Seamount College in Kinvara, Co Galway, decided to take in boys when control of the school moved to the new trusteeship of the Diocese of Galway and Kilmacduagh.
In 1792, an act passed by the State of New York reorganized this tribe as a trusteeship.