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According to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), the nine individuals will be facing a total of 162 charges under the MACC Act 2009 for accepting bribes as inducement not to take action against lorry companies that had flouted the Road Transport Act 1987 and Land Public Transport Act 2010.
The 30-year-old actor said her presence in the group photo did not flout any norms.
It is sad that this ban is being flouted. Some people instal devices for viewing Indian channels.
But in July the Welsh Government confirmed it would target those who "flouted" the displayed limits, and GoSafe, who will lead the campaign, said the move was not about prosecuting "for the sake of it".
The CEO of Standard Chartered Plc (LSE: STAN) has said that he will take action against bankers who flout rules.
According to Thomas 'A flout occurs when a speaker blatantly fails to observe a maxim...there is a deliberate intention of generating an implicature' (1995:88).
Social Development Minister has also issued an edict suspending Bahrain Medical Society board of directors for issuing statements and engaging into practices which flout the law on NGOs and its bylaw.
with suggest a is flouting contact the Vehicle 101 Police say that the recession has increased the pressure on drivers to flout the rules.
Campaigners are demanding the BBC apologise after Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May appeared to flout the smoking ban on the show.
The results have seen chief constable Bernard Hogan-Howe warn motorists who flout the law that they will be targeted.
But Mourinho had other ideas and was able to flout his ban during the Champions League quarter-final.
Signing statements also flout the president's obligation in Article II of the Constitution to execute the laws faithfully.