debatable issue

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Taxation on agriculture income has been a debatable issue in Pakistan since long owing to its intricate democratic structure.
Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs Sultan Mohammad said that it is not a debatable issue so new date must be given to visit Bannu site.
Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs Sultan Muhammad said that it is not a debatable issue so new date must be given to visit Bannu site.
That appears to be a good change from the years EDN focused on the highly debatable issue of dangerous man-made climate change.
They emphasized on one point to 'teach Pakistan a lesson.' Whether India is capable of punishing Pakistan or not, is a debatable issue. Nevertheless, teaching a nuclear-armed neighbor is an unthinkable for rational decision-makers due to the likelihood of mutually assured destruction.
Even with many attempts to define terrorism, the term is a debatable issue today.
"There's no question that there were (human rights victims) but the magnitude is a debatable issue, that's what I'm saying, if there were, they're entitled to whatever justice they deserve," he said.
I guess this will always be a debatable issue. I have seen how infants can quickly get used to the rocking.
He said it would be better if the opposition brought about any debatable issue in the parliament instead of tearing out the House agenda.
Abbasi said it would be better if the opposition brought about any debatable issue in the parliament instead of tearing apart the agenda copies in front of the speaker's dais.
As the enforceability of prospective lien releases remains a debatable issue under Washington law, perhaps the safest course for owners and developers entails the execution of conditional and unconditional lien release agreements at each progress payment and in exchange for final payment.
This is a debatable issue as I have a pal who is a staunch Blues season ticket holder and he did not like Rowett's 'boot the ball up the field' style.