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But his participation in the byelection campaign was itself a matter of contention, with opponents saying he should not have taken part while expelled from the party.
But his participation in the by-election campaign was itself a matter of contention, with opponents saying he should not have taken part while expelled from the party.
Lack of standardized fares is another matter of contention that turned their old customers away from them as soon as ride-hailing services arrived.
Chris Tobin Stoke Establish the truth, don't just claim it "IT isn't just individual politicians but the political class as a whole that become a matter of contention in many parts of Europe.
The project has also become a matter of contention between the state and the Centre, with the state government blaming the central government for not providing adequate funds on time.
However, in developing countries like Pakistan, due to scarce funding the therapy remains a matter of contention. A single treatment cost for treating could run hundreds of thousands of dollars with estimates as high as $500,000 to $750,000 (Rs55Million-Rs83Million).
President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed into law the Finance Bill 2018 that was a matter of contention in Parliament on Thursday evening.
How widely minimum subordination requirements should apply has been a matter of contention. Some northern EU member states want a broader scope covering at least all of the "other systemically important institutions" (O-SIIs), to minimise contagion risk.
Since his death in 1960, the identity of the present rightful claimant to the former throne remains a matter of contention, though the claim of the descendants of his second daughter Sajida Sultan has been recognised by the Indian government and courts.
Precisely when these funds become revenue has long been a matter of contention and confusion.
The extent to which he suffered during his time in the White House, when the cold war was still current, remains a matter of contention even within his own family.
Describing that odour is a matter of contention. As with eaters of smellier cheeses, proponents of stinky tofu tend to use the term"chou," or stinky, in a positive context.