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DPP

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Haji has further protested against provisions which posit that EACC will be under no obligation to comply with any direction which the DPP may give on the matter and will be exposed to external pressure.
The legislator explained that the opening of DPP offices in Selebi Phikwe marked a significant milestone in the fulfilment and achievement of the fourth Pillar of Vision 2036 of Governance, Peace and Security.
QUETTA -- The vacancies of district attorney have been replaced with the district public prosecutors (DPPs) in the Balochistan province.
In the northwestern county of Hsinchu, until recently seen as strongly pro-KMT, the DPP is confident it can better the KMT, which claimed 66.5 percent of the vote in 2008.
Lara said: "DPP is widely recognised and respected as one of the UK's leading planning consulting firms.
DDP partner in Leeds Bob Robinson said: "We are delighted to open the Newcastle office and see it as a major step forward for DPP.
Chief executive Andrew Page said, 'We have taken over eight of the poorer performing DPP sites and following conversion into our brands, the results have been superb.
March 1987 saw the launch by the Institute of Grocery Distribution (IGD) of the unified DPP methodology.
The petition came one day after former NPP spokesman Wu Cheng also urged the party to stand alongside the DPP in the presidential race.
Meanwhile, MACC chief commissioner Latheefa Kota has described the detention of the lawyer and deputy DPP in a corruption case as a serious issue.
The Office of the DPP is yet to hand over the investigation file on Arror and Kimwarer dams.