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Tweah to provide justification of reports that the government has begun execution of its salary harmonization scheme outside of legislative approval.
That Palestinian business leaders would wish to attend the summit should not elicit surprise, or provide justification for disapproving the boycotts against Israeli-US incentives.
He said that if a school could justify the increase, it should have the permission, but if it could not provide justification it should be denied permission to increase the fees.
Justice Ijaz Ul Ahsan remarked that Allah Dino was alleged that he failed to provide justification of Rs four million deposited in his account.
The seven-man Makabayan bloc is asking the Lower Chamber to review and study the memorandum circular issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), saying that it would only provide justification for a new form of witch-hunt among human rights defenders, development workers, social workers, and volunteers.
To ensure that recommendations are implemented, GAO and IG would have to provide a timeline for implementation of outstanding recommendations or provide justification for not implementing the recommendations.
"These INGOs are being viewed negatively for their advocacy work, a reason which alone doesn't provide justification." Ali said that besides damaging Pakistan's image the step would also create feelings of uncertainty among the donors who funded these and other INGOs for their work inside Pakistan.
In the future, he added, ministers who plan to send a delegate to hearings would have to provide justification for their absence.
When that happens, it would provide justification to open the door for private business interests to enter,' Dagooc said.
Conversely, when they extricate those apparently culpable, do they provide justification for it?
In his 25-page opinion, Judge John Bates stated that the Trump White House had again failed to provide justification for its proposal to end the Obama-era program, under which nearly 800,000 people brought to the country illegally as children, known as "Dreamers", have received work permits and deferral from deportation, The Hill reported.
More, NEPRA has further urged to provide justification for the land requirement as claimed by the petitioner.