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While discretion and rule abidance are core concepts of SLB theory, their determinants are equally important.
Abidance occurs when the subject is about to learn or do something.
He said they discussed a mechanism to enforce IPU's bylaw to bring about compliance by member countries, including abidance by UN resolutions "which were violated by some countries." Kuwait therefore called on importance of amending bylaw in a way penalties are enforced on any member country failing to abide by this bylaw, said Al-Ghanim.
Allama Iqbal always stressed upon adopting dignity and honor in routine life and abidance of principals of Islam.
Riyadh, Dhu-AlHijjah 23, 1439, September 03, 2018, SPA -- The Ministry of Finance re-confirmed today its abidance to the free transfer of capital including Expatriates' Remittances, provided it is done through the recognized legal channels and in accordance with the established world class standards and practices, as this will also enhance foreign investors' confidence, in the Kingdom's economy and financial systems.
The analysis depicts how easy or challenging it is for a local entrepreneur to start and operate a small to medium-size business in abidance with the pertinent regulations and likewise review the domestic business regulation of 189 nations, comprising Swaziland.
It will also make it important for companies to attach a great care to the different humanitarian, ethical, professional, environmental, labor right, transparency at work, health, education, training, rehabilitation, abidance by laws and regulations, being away from financial, ethical corruption and local community development aspects.
The MPs said they are committed to the complementarity of the party's structures, the democratic handling of its internal affairs and abidance by its rules of procedure as well as by the rule of law and the Constitution.
In a statement by Jaffari's office, both sides confirmed abidance by the constitutional time-table, the selection of the coming premier and the formation of then coming government.
First: Directing the concerned authorities in the states and the localities all over Sudan to enable the political parties to practice their political work in and outside their headquarters without constraints, other than the abidance by laws.
CEO Adel Al-Munifi said, "With total production reaching a record quantity of 500,000 metric tons (MT), exceeding the plant's design capacity of 450,000 MTA, the 2013 sales value surpassed $915 million in comparison to $667 during 2012, all of which are positive results stemming from growing global demand for SM with a decrease in supplies, absolute abidance by relevant environment, health and safety (EH&S) regulations, in addition to proper management of financial expenses while launching several critical initiatives by the company."
"Bulgaria has an enormous interest to deepen cooperation with the institution that is in charge with the abidance by common EU rules and is a guarantee of the success of the European model of integration," stressed the Bulgarian President.