sworn promise

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Finally there was the sworn promise that the money raised would never be a substitute for the state funding of public services.
So yet again cosmetic testing on animals rears its ugly head with reports circulating that the Government may backtrack on a sworn promise to ban such tests.
Here the press wants to be excused for breaking a sworn promise when the other person has suffered harm as a result.
You are, all of you, involved day to day in applying regulations or rules or laws or provisions of the Constitution you have all sworn to protect, a sworn promise in which I joined this morning.