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The President on Police Procurement fund (establishment) bill 2017, said that, he refused assent, due to lack of clarity regarding the manner of disbursement of funds, as well as constitutional issue regarding the powers of the National Assembly to appropriate funds allocated to the 36 states government and 774 local governments, which conflict with Section 80-82, and 120-122 of the 1999 constitution (as amended).
I have asked a number of times for an update and am disappointed at the lack of clarity.
A DOWNTURN in oil and gas exploration and a lack of clarity over Brexit have played their part in bad news on the manufacturing front, a leading economist said yesterday.
Tim Zawacki, senior insurance research analyst of S&P Global Market Intelligence said, Though key demographic trends bode well for the continued expansion of products such as life insurance and annuities over the longer term, a lack of clarity from Washington, D.
The market for the scrapping of old ships has remained in limbo over the course of the past couple of weeks, as a lingering lack of clarity pertaining to the true outcome of the Bangladeshi and Pakistani budgets that were announce at the end of May and early June respectively has continued to cloud the ship-recycling markets of the Indian sub-continent.
It also mentioned lack of clarity on the implications of the declaration of martial law in Mindanao.
Such a lack of clarity would give auditors a field day in any financial institution.
Due to certain lack of clarity the companies have prepared questions that will be sent to EC because the available information is insufficient.
According to Ajay Vir Jakhar, who heads Bharat Krishak Samaj, there is complete lack of clarity on several operational issues that are key to running a "national" e-mandi pilot.
The Work and Pensions Committee said that the freedom introduced in April is "not yet operating entirely as it should" - and a lack of clarity is "endangering pension savers".
Some of them are an alleged lack of clarity on nominations and voting; they are too busy; and they want to make way for younger people.