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Under Article VII, Section 18 of the Constitution, the President may suspend the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus in case of invasion or rebellion, or when the public safety requires it, for a period not exceeding 60 days.
L'Dera contends he is trying to improve a problem-plagued school that suspends students with little justification and ignores parents' complaints.
However, CET said in its quarterly report that collection problems with RFI led it to suspend work on the Porta Bella project and ultimately lose the contract.
We take them in, revoke or suspend their licenses and suddenly we have a new problem - revoked or suspended drivers on the road.