freedom from interference

See: home rule
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Officiating at the African Ombudsman and Mediators Association Southern Africa regional meeting on August 6, he said independence and freedom from interference were some of the key tenets necessary for oversight institutions to effectively discharge their mandates.
"To serve as the rallying point and main unifying force in the POC by promoting the NSAs' autonomy and guaranteeing basic freedom from interference," he said while promising to "promote peace and harmony and formulate confidence-building measures, especially during the last few months leading to the SEAG.
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This "freedom from interference" requirement is mandated by the safety certification.
The concept of a right relates to the freedom from interference by other individuals or organizations or governments.
What united Tunisians and Egyptians in their democratic uprisings, as is the case today with the people of Oman, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya and Iran, was freedom from interference and a struggle against the concentration of arbitrary power.
What united Tunisians and Egyptians in their democratic uprisings, as is the case today with the people of Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, Oman, and Iran, was freedom from interference and a struggle against the concentration of arbitrary power.
But it also includes freedom from interference by those who would do us harm.
of Warwick, England) argues that contemporary French writers Alain Badiou, Etienne Balibar, and Jacques Ranciere are all part of an emancipatory tradition in which freedom means freedom from oppression, in contrast to liberals, who conceive of freedom as freedom from interference. They have resisted the slide toward such liberalism as it has overwhelmed French thought since the 1970s, he says.
In the wake of the internal debate, Stripes Editorial Director Dave Mazzarella, issued an internal memorandum stating that "balance, accuracy and interest are conditions that must be met in order for Stripes to enjoy freedom from interference!' Those Stripes reporters who took this as an admission that Mazzarrella had watered down the package in the hopes of avoiding a run-in with his superiors were not surprised when, not long after, word got around that the paper was losing money and would have to find a way to stop the bleeding--possibly by closing bureaus, combining the daily color magazine supplements (one is devoted to travel, another, "Pulse," is an alternative weekly aimed at the under-30 Crowd), or selling the European press.
It was vital to preserve the Commons' system of self-regulation in order to uphold the principle of Parliament's freedom from interference by any higher authority, he said.
Autonomy is self-determination and involves freedom from interference by others "as well as freedom from personal limitations such as lack of understanding that prevents informed choices" (p.
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