Failing this, maybe someone in a position of responsibility - preferably whoever took the decision - could explain why they consider this reversion to what was an obviously unpopular system has been reimposed
Weeks later the interim order expired and was not reimposed
after they moved.
The number of migrants entering Germany, which recently reimposed
border controls, was lower on Saturday, with 1,710 people registered, than on Friday, when the number was 1,985, police said.
The nuclear agreement explicitly contemplates in paragraphs 26 and 37 of the main text that Iran will walk away from the deal if sanctions are reimposed
in response to an Iranian violation.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon earlier this month that after 10 years they planned to seek a five-year extension of the mechanism allowing sanctions to be reimposed
ISLAMABAD -- Mohammad Tallal Chaudhry, a leader of Pakistan Muslim League (N) Tuesday said people have once again reimposed
full confidence in the PML-N government in recent elections.
The AAP has reimposed
the voter's faith in them, despite Kejriwal walking out of office in his first innings.
Islamabad: Pakistan's Supreme Court Wednesday reimposed
a detention order on the alleged mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai attacks, court officials said, the latest in a tussle over his custody that has strained ties with India.
And ifthey're caught, we will ensure that the pressure is reimposed
And if they're caught, we will ensure that the pressure is reimposed
Earlier on September 12, curfew was reimposed
in Shopian town following death of a youth in firing by security forces a day before.
The Schengen Borders Code (SBC) already allows internal border checks to be temporarily reimposed
in exceptional circumstances that could constitute a serious threat to public policy or internal security.