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Local administrations turn a blind eye, or at the very least do not bestir themselves to act effectively. Of course there are periodic raids by police here and there, and a few individuals hauled up every few weeks, but soon enough, it is business as usual.
It is now in the hands of the Jamaican justice system to act effectively in the light of this case.
"We are going to act effectively in the fight against illegal deforestation," Bolsonaro wrote on his Facebook account, along with a video in which environment minister Ricardo Salles said the government would bring in new technology to measure deforestation with greater precision.
When an emergency arise, try to remain calm and controlled so that you can act effectively. Before assessing the victim's condition and carrying out the appropriate first aid, make sure that you are not putting yourself in danger.
The act effectively decriminalised attempted suicide which was punishable under Section 309 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
The Gold Star Family Tax Relief Act effectively fixes this error by treating any military and VA survivor benefits as earned income, rather than at the trust or parent tax rate.
The Enabling Act effectively made Adolf Hitler dictator of Germany, giving him the power to implement laws without the approval of the Reichstag.
Marri called on the French government to act to end the politicisation of Louvre and to act effectively to protect its educational and cultural values.
CCS say another reason is the rationale of Scots family law, as the 1985 Family Law (Scotland) Act effectively put an end to long-term contributions by increasing the capital split to a fair share - normally 50-50 - for both parties and reducing spousal support.
The authors describe why thinking is foundational to teaching and learning; the relationship between critical, creative, and collaborative thinking; a framework for implementing a thinking classroom; what is involved in deep understanding and why educators should promote it; competencies needed for the 21st century and how to nurture them; developing studentsAE dispositions to act effectively, responsibly, and thoughtfully; engaging students; sustaining inquiry; fostering self-regulated learners; creating assessment-rich learning; and enhancing learning with digital technology.
Qatar has called on the Human Rights Council to act effectively and swiftly against the grave violations caused by the siege against it and the report of the technical mission of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Directors stressed the importance of adequate legal protection, clear institutional mandates and accountability to ensure sufficient independence and resources for oversight agencies to act effectively and foster interagency cooperation.