relaxation of control

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Choudary branded both leaders as the biggest enemies of Muslims in government because of their opposition to the relaxation of control orders for terror suspects.
The about-turn on the relaxation of control and ownership rules follows a change of majority in the US Congress, which had already taken a less than enthusiastic line on this issue.
Junta generals have ruled Myanmar for decades, refusing to recognize the results of elections more than 10 years ago and refusing to allow new elections, despite considerable pressure both inside and outside the country for a relaxation of control and for free and fair elections.
The relaxation of control clauses and the removal of nationality clauses represent an important gain for the EU but still fall considerably short of its objective of establishing equal market opportunities through an Open Aviation Area.
Concurrently, there has been a gradual relaxation of control over the transfer of assets and personal wealth.
The junta has ruled the country for decades, refusing to recognize the results of elections more than 10 years ago and to allow new elections, despite considerable pressure both inside and outside the country for a relaxation of control and for free and fair elections.
Than Shwe and other generals have ruled Myanmar for decades, refusing to recognize the results of elections more than 10 years ago and refusing to allow new elections, despite considerable pressure both inside and outside the country for a relaxation of control and for free and fair elections.
Removal of this requirement will by no means lead to the relaxation of controls on foreign trade operations related to import of services given that the NBU takes consistent measures to tighten financial monitoring through the use of indicators to detect suspicious financial transactions, said Director of the NBU Open Market Operations Department Mr Serhii Ponomarenko.
The finance minister correctly believes that the sector's return to normalcy would start only with the relaxation of controls, but as things are, a more cautious approach would be the better policy, at least for now.
Her it's-not-my-fault performance in the House of Commons appears to be contradicted by official documents which reveal the Home Office approved a relaxation of controls.
Admissions rules are also likely to be changed, with the possibility of the best universities being allowed to recruit as many of the brightest students as they want and former polytechnics charging lower fees also seeing a relaxation of controls on their numbers.
Despite the apparent relaxation of controls, Rosenfeld said about 3,000 police remained stationed across East Jerusalem and nearby villages to keep up the state of alert, the AFP news agency reported.