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revoke

Cards the act of revoking; a renege
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He said Article 35-A and 370 ensured constitutional rights of Kashmiris and by revoking the articles the Indian government had negated its own constitution.
The Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Second Amendment) Bill 2019 and the resolution revoking Article 370 in the state was passed by both Houses of Parliament.
572 revoking the amnesty granted to Trillanes in 2010 citing that it was void from the start because the senator had allegedly failed to file an application for amnesty and did not admit his guilt for participating in the two military uprisings.
After announcing he was revoking Brennan's clearance, President Trump said he is considering revoking the clearances of several other former intelligence officials.
Homeland Security as well as DOS are now going after those people and seeking to either revoke citizenship or immediately revoking their US passports.
Mr Musyoka sued the government for revoking his firearm certificate and withdrawal of security detail.In the case, He sued the Interior Cabinet Secretary, the Inspector-General of Police, the Chief Licensing Officer Central Firearm Bureau and the Attorney General.
AMMAN: Israel may be guilty of war crimes under international law by revoking Palestinians' rights to live in Jerusalem and forcing them to move, a leading human rights organization said on Tuesday.
The ministry had initiated process of revoking the licenses but the companies challenged its action in courts and obtained a stay order.
He said licenses were not canceled instantly, rather such companies were given notices and provided an opportunity to present their cases, saying that all process was completed in a transparent manner before revoking licences.
Madi told the Lower House's Palestine Committee that the revoking of the ID numbers had been on hold since 2013.
But the appeals court ruled that the government should state its reasons for revoking the citizenship of the Barghash family, something it refused to do.