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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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According to the statement issued by the Office of the FBiH President , Cavara also signed the Order on Approval of the Financial Plan of the Health Insurance and Reinsurance Institute of the Federation of BiH for 2018, then the Financial Plan of the Solidarity Fund for 2018 and the Decision on the Method of Financial Plan of the BiH Health Insurance and Reinsurance Bureau for 2018, The Order on Promulgation of the FERK Budget , and the Decision on Promulgation of the Law on Amendments to the Budget Law in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Prime Minister shall enforce the decree which takes effect on the date of its promulgation in the Official Gazette.
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Promulgation refers to the publication and circulation of laws.
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The shadow university, with its shadow curriculum, dominates freshman orientation, residential programming, extracurricular student life, the promulgation of codes, and regulations, and the administration of what passes, on our campuses, for justice.
2 (d), "The proposal, promulgation, or revision of national primary and secondary ambient air quality standards shall not prohibit any state or Indian country from establishing ambient air quality standards for that state or area under a tribal CAA program or any portion thereof which are more stringent than the national standards").
A supplementary clause in the package of three laws allows the government to put into effect by decree the wiretapping law within one year of its promulgation.
Such concerns are especially evident in Kennedy's examination of the ideological factors underlining Bembo's promulgation of Petrarch - a refreshing change from the formal analyses which mark Italian treatments of the Prose della volgar lingua - and his discussion of Louise Labe's Petrarchism, which incorporates aspects of Latin amatory verse, in order to explore a more openly erotic treatment of love.
The SECs release--formally recognizing the role of the new ISB in the promulgation of standards by which to assess auditor independence--is an essential step in the rationalizing and systemization of those standards," said ISB chairman William T.