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The disassociation policy is driven by my government and adopted by all its political components and will allow us to maintain our national unity," Hariri said alongside Macron.
After Suharto's downfall in 1998, the disassociation of the Polri from ABRI became a major element in dismantling the New Order regime.
He stressed that minority shareholders of TE, whose percentage is estimated at 5%, are able to stop the disassociation process, referring to the small shareholders of Mobinil Egypt, who were able to prevent the acquisition deal of Mobinil shares by France Telecom for a low price.
The subjects who received ketamine that had greater disassociation might also expect to have greater antidepressive efficacy post infusion," he said.
It appealed to all Lebanese people to preserve national unity in the face of attempts to undermine the country's stability, and stressed the importance for all Lebanese parties to respect Lebanon's policy of disassociation and to refrain from any involvement in the Syrian crisis, consistent with their commitment in the Bbda Declaration.
In recent months, it has become customary for Mikati alone to openly declare the policy of disassociation, supported by Suleiman, while Berri's stance has fluctuated between warning about the conspiracy to which Syria is being subjected, and calling for a revival of dialogue between Syria and Saudi Arabia, to salvage the situation in Syria.
As I will explain in the following section this disassociation was sought out for a number of reasons and was achieved in several different ways.
While some colleges are on course with their timetable work as teachers have decided to not respond to Delhi University Teachers' Association ( DUTA)' s call for disassociation, heads of other institutions are hopeful of a resolution in the wake of a circular sent out by the university.
She returns to the chamber after three years in the nation's capital where she served simultaneously as vice president of operations for Association Management Group and as executive director of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Disassociation.
During its general assembly, on 2 December, theaEFFA (European Flavour and Fragrance Association) declared itself in favour of the disassociation of its fragrance' and flavour' branches.
Aimed at both educators and parents, this book also features interviews with the boys themselves which feature their views on scholastic disassociation, poor scholastic performance and peer pressure.
When one then enters the building, the sense of disassociation continues: The grand stair one might again expect at this point (as one finds at the Met or the Art Institute) is missing, having been moved to an interior courtyard to the left.