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Promulgation

 

in bourgeois state law, the official proclamation of a law adopted by the parliament. Promulgation involves approval of the draft law by the head of state within a constitutionally established period and publication of the approved law in an official bulletin; the law is then enforceable.

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Rule 145 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate, 2012, The President may, except when the Senate or National Assembly is in session, that circumstances exist which render it necessary to take immediate action, make and promulgate an ordinance and ordinance promulgated under this Article shall have the same force and effect as an Act of [Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament)] and shall be subject to like restrictions as the power of [Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament)] to make law.
As the First Ordinance would have lapsed, the Securities Laws (Amendment) Second Ordinance, 2013 was promulgated on the September 16 2013.
should also be promulgated to deal with growing biosafety concerns and
Now, it's confirmed it will not be promulgated by May 28.
Summary: Regulations relating to the measures facilitating access to real estate credits, provided for by the 2009 additional Finance Act, will be promulgated during the first quarter of 2010, announced Monday here Finance Minster Karim Djoudi.
552, and the regulations promulgated thereunder, asks for each document (exclusive of the filed income tax returns) contained in government administrative files relating to the tax liabilities of a practitioner's client for the tax years at issue.
The code requires members who perform audits and other professional services to comply with the standards promulgated by bodies designated by the AICPA council.
The EAP requirements in the final version is different is several ways from the originally promulgated one.
Strongly recommended for physicians, Healing Words is a much-needed counterbalance to the defensive hostility widely promulgated by today's modern sue-happy society.
that the Baby Jesus may have more easily survived the deluge there than the abortionist here, had he been so unfortunate to be conceived in Canada with its abortion-on-demand laws, as promulgated by Mr.
In Dombrowski, 245 A2d 238 (PA 1968), the Pennsylvania Supreme Court stated in footnote 4, "[o]ur rules of civil procedure, promulgated under the Act of June 21, 1937, P.
The key difference, as promulgated by the regulators, is the requirement to capture in-flight transactions for same day settlement and recovery of systems within two to four hours.