Proclamation


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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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Duterte issued the proclamation recognizing National Science and Technology Week as an opportunity 'to give national and regional attention to the contribution of science and technology to national development.'
Guevarra explained that while the situation in Negros Oriental is being evaluated to determine if the constitutional requirements for the declaration of martial law has been met, the President can make use of his previous proclamation which has not been revoked.
"On 15 July 2019, Monday, the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) will mark the celebration of its 32nd Founding Anniversary," the proclamation read.
It doesn't look good if we're the only ones on stage.) Dela Rosa cited the changing time of proclamation as the reason his family was not able to attend his first ever proclamation as senator in Manila.
Former Senate President Koko Pimentel, president of Duterte's party PDP Laban, lingered onstage with the three neophytes after the proclamation - former Duterte special assistant Christopher 'Bong' Go, former National Police chief Ronald 'Bato' dela Rosal, and former MMMDA chairman Francis Tolentino.
For instance, Proclamation 14 of 1933 allocated four acres to Saint Francis Church, documents in the Star's possession show.
According to the proclamation, the official festive celebration will take place in the City of Monrovia, Montserrado County, under the theme: 'Unifying the Nation for Pro-Poor Development.'
The proclamation notes that on May 28, 1918, Azerbaijan declared its independence establishing the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, becoming the first secular parliamentary democracy in the Muslim world, and was recognized by other democratic nations, including the United States of America.
Requesting that a proclamation process be initiated, he had told the court that the police could not execute the arrest warrants since the whereabouts of these clerics were not known.
ATC Judge Shahrukh Arjumand issued a proclamation against the clerics while conducting proceedings on three identical FIRs lodged against the clerics and protesters.
A typical proclamation begins with the acknowledgement that school social workers in that state and across the United States serve as vital members of the educational team.