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Ms Tshireletso was answering a question from Member of Parliament for Francistown South, Mr Wynter Mmolotsi, who had asked her whether it still made sense to deny people who earn P300 per month the destitution status.
Ce samedi est a marquer d'une pierre noire dans l'histoire de la Catalogne parce qu'en faisant jouer, comme il l'avait promis, les dispositions de l'Article 155 de la Constitution, Mariano Rajoy, le president du gouvernement espagnol, a transfere a Madrid les prerogatives de l'administration catalane et demande au Senat la destitution du gouvernement independantiste de la region en vue de l'organisation des elections regionales dans un delai de six mois.
Congratulations to Lebanon for its producers," added Tueni, noting that "production is a blessing and a path towards real progress and independence from destitution, poverty and deprivation to honest and fruitful work.
Shri Thaawarchand Gehlot, Minister for Social Justice & Empowerment chaired a Pre-legislative Consultation Meeting on 'The Persons in Destitution (Protection, Care and Rehabilitation) Model Bill, 2016' organized by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment here today.
With less income than that, an adult canEe't meet their most basic needs, and thus suffers from destitution.
The key triggers pushing people into destitution include debt repayments (usually to public authorities), benefit delays and sanctions, and high living costs.
Poverty and drinking, destitution, isolation, a lifetime of abandonment.
Most people had been living in poverty before tipping into destitution, with the most common causes including the extra costs of ill health and disability, the high costs of housing and other essential bills, unemployment and a financial shock like a benefit sanction or delay.
They defined destitution as when someone lacked two or more basic essentials in one month.
Mosul / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / Daash organization buriedtoday 50 dead bodies of its elements in a number of graves in Mosul, and ordered to cancel all bonuses that were distributed to the families of its dead because of destitution facing the organization in Mosul.
They often live in destitution without access to education and health services.
If we had powers over immigration, we would take action to ensure that asylum seekers do not face destitution and humiliation by implementing a new system of support.