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City exec seeks reconciliation of local and national laws

6:12 am BAGUIO CITY, Aug. 11 - The Baguio City council decided to conduct a study on how the local traffic ordinances could be reconciled with the provisions of the new Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) law revising the fines ... Balita.org, 2 weeks ago
Frontier Post

Deal on martial law revealed

LAHORE: Pakistan People's Party (PPP) leader Shehla Raza has disclosed that it had been agreed under the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) that no martial law would be imposed in the country until three general elections had been held. ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 month ago No martial law till 3 elections under NRO: Shehla Raza  Frontier Post1 month ago Pakistan: Is A Military Coup In The Offing? Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago No martial law until three elections after NRO: Shehla Raza  Online News Pakistan1 month ago
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Zardari on mission to rescue Nawaz govt NRO halts coup till three consecutive polls: PPP

KARACHI: Former President Asif Ali Zardari is on his tour to remind the international guarantors of the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) of their promises that no martial law can be imposed before third consecutive polls in Pakistan, this was ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago

Nagalim: Violence is not the way to Reconciliation

The FNR urges Naga national groups to work together and cooperate with each other in the process of Naga reconciliation and unity. It also demand that groups respect the values of human rights and self-determination by overcoming sectarianism, ...
 United Nations and Peoples Organisation1 month ago

People of South Sudan need a chance to grow their peace

It's been more than six months since brutal violence erupted in South Sudan, catapulting the continent's youngest nation into a humanitarian crisis of outrageous proportions. Just as those displaced by the long-standing war between pre-independent ...
 Mail & Guardian Online1 week ago

PTI's white paper bid to mislead nation about govt's performance: Dar

[August 15, 2014] (Daily Patriot (Pakistan) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Minister for Finance Senator Muhammad Ishaq Dar here on Wednesday said the so-called white paper of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) was a pack of lies aimed to ...
 TMC Net1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

NA Opposition asks govt to avoid confrontation

ISLAMABAD - The opposition lawmakers in Thursday's National Assembly session advised the PML-N government to avoid arrest of political workers in connection with the Azadi March and need not be panic before August 14. The opposition parties came ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago
News24.com

Zim: New constitution clashes with old laws

Johannesburg - Hundreds of old laws in Zimbabwe need to be changed to conform with the southern African nation's new constitution, which guarantees democratic rights but faces problems in its implementation, activists said on Wednesday. Civic ...
 News24.com2 months ago Old Zim laws inconsistent with new Constitution  Mail & Guardian Online2 months ago
CBC

Fate of documents detailing abuse at residential schools undecided

The head of Canada's national archive dedicated to Indian residential schools says the voices of 40,000 survivors would be silenced if a judge orders their testimony destroyed. Ry Moran, director of the National Research Centre for Truth and ...
 CBC2 months ago Official calls for residential school survivors testimonies to be destroyed  Metro Canada2 months ago Voices of 40,000 survivors would be silenced if documents destroyed: archivist  Newstalk 1290 CJBK2 months ago Calls to destroy evidence from residential school survivors  MSN Canada2 months ago
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Supreme Court ruling adds to uncertainty for pipelines

CALGARY, VANCOUVER -- A Supreme Court ruling on aboriginal land rights welcomed by First Nations ratchets up uncertainty for Canada's oil and gas industry and its quest to build pipelines to get more Canadian products to foreign markets. "The ...
 GlobeAdvisor2 months ago Supreme Court ruling on native land claims adds to uncertainty for pipelines  Globe and Mail2 months ago
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