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Abdul Majeed Abdul Aziz Al Saifaie, director of the Waste Management Department, said his department has made the proposal to the Legal Department to get the approval for amending the rules for implementing stricter penalties for the offence.
Stricter fines are necessary and people need to take it seriously and make the mission easier.
Factories will have to make investments to stick to the stricter rules of this directive.
Around 200 protesters have gathered to demand the introduction of stricter curfew and call on the inhabitants of the camp to respect it.
As a result of the introduction of stricter anti-money laundering standards, which include the creation of more effective organisational structures, procedural framework, and enhanced monitoring, Bank of Cyprus terminated 1,111 customer relationships accounting for over e1/41bn in annual turnover, or e1/42m a year in net earnings, the source said.
The comments refer to the Financial Conduct Authority's ruling that now requires customers to go through stricter affordability checks and the introduction of a 0.
The German finance ministry has said that it wants stricter limits on guaranteed life insurance returns, according to Reuters.
The department will initiate its stricter implementation of existing laws from Aug 10.
Scrubbers allow a shipowner to continue to use high-sulfur bunker fuel which is less expensive than lower-sulfur fuels by in effect stripping sulfur out of the emissions and allowing the ship to meet the stricter sulfur cap.
Less than half of Americans, 47 percent, say they favor stricter laws covering the sale of firearms, according to a Gallup poll conducted in mid-October 2014.
The government expects these stricter law enforcements would encourage stricter parental guidance and urge minors to engage in legal and peaceful modes to voice their opinions.
Summary: Demonstration for stricter gun laws in Washington DC after Newtown shooting.