Article 4(1) requires that any derogation
be proportional in its application to the circumstances.
must be requested in writing, either through RPW Online or by writing directly to RPW.
The article does not allow for derogations
from article 2 ('Right to life'), except in respect of deaths resulting from lawful acts of war, or from articles 3 ('Prohibition of torture'), 4 ('Prohibition of slavery'), and 7 ('No punishment without law').
The regulation that ends the derogations
from the ban on removing shark fins on board vessels was formally adopted by the EU Council, acting by qualified majority, on 6 June.
"Natural England's land management advisers continue to provide help and advice wherever they can to support the farming community and we will ensure that appropriate derogations
are available to support farmers at this critical time in the farming calendar."
. Message derogation
was assessed by asking participants if they perceived that the message was "exaggerated," "overblown," and "overstated" (a = .86).
It examines whether the social gains of the last decades in the status of women have had any impact in reducing derogation
and sexism in language usage.
An initial EU-wide standard from 2008 allowed egg producers to continue to market their products as free-range even if their hens had no access to range for up to 12 weeks, but the 12-week derogation
was considered too short in the face of the prolonged nature of the influenza outbreak in 2016.
Les autorites francaises ont informe le Secretaire General du Conseil de l'Europe d'un certain nombre de mesures prises dans le cadre de l'etat d'urgence instaure a la suite des attentats terroristes de grande ampleur perpetres a Paris, mesures qui sont susceptibles de necessiter une derogation
a certains droits garantis par la Convention europeenne des droits de l'homme.
In addition, areas hit by severe flooding that are continuing to struggle with very wet ground conditions and are facing problems carrying out specific Environmental Stewardship options until the spring are being urged to contact Natural England for advice about a derogation
A tel point que des Casablancais parlaient en ce temps de derogation
pour dossier de [beaucoup moins que]derogation[beaucoup plus grand que].
The member states' fisheries ministers approved the abolition of the derogation
to the ban on the removal of shark fins aboard fishing vessels at their Council meeting, on 19 March in Brussels.