impugning


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Related to impugning: postliminary, maligning, supervening
See: negative
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The charges, which include slander, contempt and impugning the dignity of the head of state, carry a fine and imprisonment of two months to one year.
Articles 170 and 171 reinforce this reading as they speak of the prescriptive period within which the husband or any of his heirs should file the action impugning the legitimacy of said child.
Summary: The Publications Court in Beirut charged Free Patriotic Movement official Adonis Akra, a political science professor at Balamand University, of impugning the reputation of the Lebanese Army and the judiciary in his book entitled "When my Name Became 16." The court, headed by Judge Roukoz Rizk and comprising judges Albert Kouyoumjian and Nawal Saliba.