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The letter asked for a special audit of Drap pricing mechanism 'to further instill public confidence in the authority' and ascertain whether drug prices are determined 'justly, accordance with the laid down policy and as per law.'
'God must act justly and judge sin, otherwise God would not be God.'
It is further observed that there is a growing perception that elections to certain positions/offices, like those of mayor, deputy mayor, chairman, vice chairman, are not held honestly, justly, or fairly and the corrupt practice of vote's buying has made inroads into the democratic order.
"If we exercise our authority justly, the people will eventually accept us," Chalermchai told local reporters.
The sharp plotting and intrigue combine with affecting moments, justly depicting the trauma of war as Marian attempts to overcome the demons of her past and find her place after living such a dangerous and painful yet exciting life during the war.
Summary: Across the Arab world Mother's Day is hallowed as one of great importance, where matriarchs of the region are justly celebrated.
He said he would provide fund to each union council justly to solve the problems of his constituency and if the same fund was not utilized justly, the committee would be held responsible.
A THIEVING care worker has had her "justly stern" sentence backed by top judges.
The EU is seen in the Balkans as an institution that should discipline domestic politicians and make them rule justly and in keeping with the laws, making the right moves at the right time and not being venal.
Richard Jenkins, FMB Services Director for Wales, said: "Dyfi Renovations Ltd should feel justly proud of their achievement in winning the Medium Renovation Project in Wales prize, and we wish them success in the national competition."
Badawi talked on "Justly Balanced Ummah"and explained the process on just balance and key terms in the Qur'anic verse, applications of just balance and on being witnesses for Allah.
Interestingly, in the third part of A Theory of Justice, where Rawls was concerned with the stability of his conception of justice, we find Rawls asking whether people who have a sense of justice would also have adequate reason to act justly even if they were to evaluate their situation from a self-interested perspective.