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Proclamation

 

a leaflet, usually illegal, that appeals for a strike, demonstration, or armed uprising. Before the October Revolution of 1917, the Communist Party made extensive use of proclamations for mass political agitation.

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ATC Judge Shahrukh Arjumand issued a proclamation against the clerics while conducting proceedings on three identical FIRs lodged against the clerics and protesters.
Calida argued that Congress only extended Duterte's proclamation and that the SC had already ruled that the proclamation had sufficient factual basis to show that actual rebellion exists.
The governors proclamation allows state resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from the effects of this severe weather.
Aquino III has issued proclamations declaring special non-working holidays in two municipalities in Oriental Mindoro and La Union, Valencia City in Bukidnon, and Navotas City for January 2016.
Over the last few years, the governors of approximately half of the states in the United States have issued proclamations that recognize school social work week and the roles that school social workers play in paving the way for change in the education of children.
It was certainly among the most controversial, in great part because Lincoln's proclamation freed only those slaves in the Confederate states then in rebellion against the Union, where Lincoln had no power to enforce his proclamation.
Le 26 novembre : Le dernier delai pour la proclamation des resultats preliminaires du 1er tour des presidentielles.
When complaints came from First Nations that this proclamation was not being accepted, the substance of the proclamation and a clarification was issued in 1762, only to become a dead letter quickly.
Moreover, both the Washington example and these more recent ones suggest that the decision to issue this kind of proclamation can be very difficult.
In fact, President Lincoln specifically gave the rebellious communities 100 days notice before the Proclamation took effect and laid out several exceptions.
Since the Emancipation Proclamation applied only to those slaves in rebel-held territory, abolitionists complained that it abandoned thousands of slaves, including the four loyal slave states: Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, and Kentucky.
A copy of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War was auctioned off to billionaire David Rubenstein, co-founder of The Carlyle Group, for over $2,085,000.