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Professor Mersim Polozani said that the renouncement of the MP mandates forms a parliamentary crisis and therefore early parliamentary elections must be held.
The advisor failed to produce his documents declaring the renouncement of his British nationality in the Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday.
ISLAMABAD -- Adviser to Prime Minister on Interior Rehman Malik failed to produce his British nationality renouncement certificate before the Supreme Court during the hearing of the dual nationality case on Monday
Following the renouncement, Saverin would turn into a citizen of Singapore, where he has been living for the past three years.
The document offers seven conditions under which a book might be denied publication, ranging from the renouncement of religious tenets and the promotion of moral corruption to the destabilization of national pride and the encouragement of dependence on global powers.
As a consequence, while the progress made by scholastic philosophy can definitely be related to its renouncement of the theory of illumination, the scholastics nevertheless were aware of a demand to find some equivalent in their system for the immediacy promised by Christian Platonism, because, it was quite clear, the perfection pertaining to existentiality on a sensual level should have a correspondent also on a higher cognitive plane.
Renouncement of the traditional culture and relevant cultural issues is the outcome of the local mode of change.
But the garden is quiet--paradise as a joke of fate, null is what you seek outside of I who am renouncement, at first dolorous and then cautious in its self-creation that firmament I sought announces me.
I saw that one can only hope for salvation by devotion and the conquest of one's passions, a procedure which presupposes renouncement and detachment from this world of falsehood in order to turn toward eternity and meditation on God.
The PLO and the Palestinian people adhere to the renouncement of violence and rejection and condemning of terrorism in all its forms, especially State terrorism, and adhere to all agreements signed between the Palestine Liberation Organization and Israel.
According to Article 126, an apostate includes anyone "who propagates for renunciation of the creed of Islam or publicly declares his renouncement thereof by an express statement or conclusive act.
Kattan, "Operation Cast Lead," 109-110; "The occupation of the Gaza Strip and the continued renouncement of responsibility," International Law Observer (zoo8), available at http://internationalla-wobserver.