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So how can Congressman Edcel Lagman interpret their proposed law as constitutional?
This means that under the proposed law they would not need to appear before a medical board to decide their gender,' Senate Functional Committee on Human Rights Chairperson, Senator Nasreen Jalil had told the media last month.
Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre, seen by many as the holiest site in Christianity, reopened on Wednesday after a three-day closure to protest against Israeli tax measures and a proposed law.
The director said that employment of a young person in any workshop where work with power driven cutting machinery like saws, shears, guillotines and agricultural machines is carried out has also been prohibited under the proposed law.
A proposed law in Egypt would make it illegal for citizens to be atheists, even if they don't publicly talk about it.
Several hundred Maranaos on Friday trooped to the Mindanao State University (MSU) here in time for a Senate-led hearing on the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) to press for the passage of the proposed law.
He said that under the proposed law the Peshawar education board would be declared as central board and autonomous status of all other education boards in the province would be ended.
The agenda of the meeting on Wednesday includes the first reading of the draft federal budget law for the year 2018 and complete the vote on the proposal of the law of the Nursing Association, and the resignation of a member of the House of Representatives and the constitutional oath of the alternative in addition to the first reading of the proposed law of the first amendment to the law of the Anti-Terrorism No.
MANILA, Philippines Some senators have voiced support for passage of theBangsamoroBasic Law at a public hearing on the proposed law Wednesday.
Jawed Bilwani, President, SITE Association, the new proposed law, Sindh Industries Registration Act, 2017 would provide a parallel and overlapping law and a separate set of penalties which are already covered under SEPA.
Chairman of the Sarajevo Canton Police Union Steering Board Mirza Hadziabdic told reporters that the proposed law, in the case of its adoption in the Parliament, would reduce pensions for police officers by 25 to 30 percent.
According to the proposed law, of which Ahram Online has obtained a copy, journalists could be fined up to EGP 200,000 and face a potential six months in jail for the use of colloquial or foreign language in their published news pieces.

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