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sacrosanct

very sacred or holy; inviolable
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Since treaty commitments are not sacrosanct, there is a better explanation: that even without a treaty, a country will go to war if its national interest is at stake.
The first may involve sacrosanct principles and the latter involves a preference or a dislike for a particular individual,aACA[yen] he added.
'Pakistan believes that International Treaties and Agreements concluded through painstaking negotiations are sacrosanct. Arbitrarily rescinding such agreements will undermine confidence in the value of dialogue and diplomacy in the conduct of international relations and the peaceful resolution of disputes,' according to a press release issued by the Foreign Office on Wednesday.
We have noted the willingness of the parties to the agreement to work together on upholding their respective commitments as stipulated in the JCPOA, despite the US decision to withdraw from it, the FO added.The FO further said that Pakistan believes that international treaties and agreements concluded through painstaking negotiations are sacrosanct and arbitrarily rescinding such agreements will undermine confidence in the value of dialogue and diplomacy in the conduct of international relations and the peaceful resolution of disputes.
IANS New Delhi A Union Minister and Chief Justice of India on Saturday crossed swords over judicial activism at a conference on the occasion of National Law Day with CJI Dipak Misra saying it was their sacrosanct duty to protect the fundamental rights of the citizens.
New Delhi: A Union Minister and Chief Justice of India on Saturday crossed swords over judicial activism at a conference on the occasion of National Law Day with CJI Dipak Misra saying it was their sacrosanct duty to protect the fundamental rights of the citizens.
("Industry Insight: We Regret the Error," September 2017) I mean publications that view checking and double-checking their reportage as their sacrosanct duty, publications that wouldn't let anything incorrect past their news desks in the first place?
Despite many senseless gun-related massacres over the years, America has treated its gun rights as virtually sacrosanct. Here is the simple maths equation: Americans own more guns - a cultural icon in the US - than anybody else on earth, even adjusted for population, with the number of firearms in private hands is now thought to be in excess of 310mn.
Earlier the CJI also questioned the claim of another lawyer that triple talaq was sacrosanct and court could not interfere asking, you yourself say it is the worst kind of divorce, sinful then how can triple talaq be sacrosanct and fundamental to religion and if it is not fundamental to religion, article 25 ( freedom of religion) and 26( freedom to manage religious affairs) will not come in.
Speaker John Bercow said the code of conduct of MP behaviour was "sacrosanct" and agreed to make inquiries into the allegations with the whips, the members who are responsible for party discipline.
We are told that for many across Europe, from Nicola Sturgeon to the Belgian Prime Minister, "free movement" is sacrosanct.
According to KUNA, "the success of the Hajj season is attributed to the Saudi leadership's commitment to the completion of significant projects in the holy city of Makkah and other sacrosanct sites," Al-Sane said in a cable sent to the Saudi Minister of Hajj.