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Bensouda recalled that any person in Burundi who incites or engages in acts of mass violence including by ordering or encouraging to the commission of crimes falling within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court is liable to prosecution before this Court.
Tsacheva's proposal includes expanding the scope of offenses for which a lawmaker is liable to prosecution.
400 and 8,000 Standard Chartered business accounts in the UAE will be affected but warns that the bank could be liable to prosecution by the companies and their owners because of the material and moral damage, which is falling on them.
Under the designation coming into force on 1st April 2015 any person having control of or managing a licensable property without a licence shall be guilty of an offence under Section 95(1) of the Act, and shall be liable to prosecution and upon summary conviction liable to a fine not exceeding PS20,000.
Islam is the official religion of the Maldives and open practice of any other religion is forbidden and liable to prosecution.
Anyone still in possession of the gun after that date could be liable to prosecution, facing a five-year prison sentence.
380 BBM revolver before June 4 could be liable to prosecution and face a five-year mandatory jail sentence.
This meant that companies were potentially liable to prosecution and the industry lacked practical safety guidance in this area.
The proposed changes would give the president more control over appointment of judges to the Constitutional Court, make it harder to ban political parties, and make military personnel liable to prosecution in civil, rather than military courts.
If the Supreme Court allows the NRO's expiration and rules that old cases are automatically reactivated, several top bureaucrats and politicians could be liable to prosecution, which could trigger turmoil in the country, The Christian Science Monitor reports.
He emphasized that drafted bill requires each household to establish a granary for food storage adding family heads who fail to comply would be liable to prosecution and imprisonment in the start court.
Hopeless Will they be liable to prosecution for neglect if they agree to you attending a place that is clearly utterly hopeless?