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The platform accused the government of trying to impose pressure on the jurists and interrupting the efforts of the platform, of which the jurists are members, to be an association that is seen as a serious interlocutor by its European counterparts.
The elements that are of interest to every jurist are the ones that turned out to be timeless, and relevant to every Western society: the basic concepts of private law that have already been mentioned.
4) To combat perceived deficiencies with the employment process, preeminent jurists of the thirteen appeals courts, whom Third Circuit Chief Judge Edward Becker and D.
A return to executions will derail one of democratic Pakistan's most tangible human rights successes," said Sam Zarifi, Asia-Pacific director of the International Commission of Jurists.
In a separate decree, Ayatollah Khamenei appointed Hojjatoleslam Mehdi Shabzendedar as the new jurist of the body, replacing recently deceased member of the council Ayatollah Gholamreza Rezvani.
Two weeks ago, writing to the Sri Lankan President, International Council of Jurists (ICJ) President, Dr.
On the first leg of the trip in Washington, the jurists toured the Supreme Court and met with Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who explained the court's role in the U.
Muslim jurists agree that four requirements should be available in the judge.
In astatement received by Aswat al-Iraq, issued at the end of a press conferenceheld in Cairo by lawyers and jurists from Iraq, Egypt and Jordan, they saidthat "Iran is attempting to forceibly move them to other provinces to killthem at a later stage," regarding "the next step as a genocideagainst humanity.
Such an opportunity is used by Albanians, who live close to the Macedonian bor ders and who declare that they have Macedonian origins," says jurist Numan Limani.
Inclusion of civilian constitution among the election promises of all parties increased number of jurists that became parliamentarians.
Summary: Mexico - Prominent Moroccan jurist, Nadia Bernoussi, was elected vice--president of the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL), on Wednesday in Mexico, a delegation of Moroccan jurists said.