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compulsory

adjective against one's will, binding, coactive, coercive, commanded, compelling, constraining, decretive, demanded, enforced, exigent, forced, forcible, imperative, incumbent upon, indispensable, inescapable, irresistible, irrevocable, mandatory, necessary, obligatory, peremptory, prescriptive, pressing, required, requisite, restraining, restrictive, stringent, unable to be evaded, unavoidable, urgent, vital, without choice
Associated concepts: compulsory arbitration, compulsory counterclaim, compulsory education, compulsory insurrnce, compulsory joinder of parties, compulsory performmnce of duties, compulsory testimony
See also: binding, choate lien, compelling, essential, exigent, forcible, imperative, indispensable, inevitable, involuntary, mandatory, necessary, obligatory, peremptory, positive, prescriptive, requisite, stringent, unavoidable, urgent
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France calls to compulsoriness of the provisions of Annan Plan in Syria.
Article 75 of the Fundamental Law introduced, past its revision and republication in October 2003, the solution of the compulsoriness to notify in some matters the Senate, as the first Chamber of reflection or, as the case may be, the Chamber of Deputies and consequently regulated in the role as decision-making Chamber the Senate in some matters and the Chamber of Deputies in other matters, precisely so as not to exclude one Chamber or the other from the mechanism of law-making.
The cabinet reitrerated the significance of increasing active participation in the electioneering process in atmospheres of freedom and transparency aloof from any compulsoriness, instigation or intimidation in order to magnify our national gains.
For the first time principles of tax legislation have been included into the countryCOs Tax Code (principles of legitimacy, compulsoriness, fairness, clearness of taxation, consistency of taxation system, publicity of taxation legislation, presumption of good conscientiousness and legality).
In this respect, various pieces of legislation were adopted regulating as regards the establishment of ethical issues and the limitation of the exercise of political activity, the institutionalisation of various codes of conduct specific to civil services activities, the denyal of "attentions", the ban of political pressure and the enforcement of anti-corruption agencies reports, the compulsoriness of assets declarations and the adoption of provisions as regards the prevention, discovery and sanction of corruption (Georgescu, 2013).
One does not talk here about the necessity of legal interpretation, but about its compulsoriness in the totality of the steps which imply the creation and application of the legal norm (cf.