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that, even though the EU is not yet a full democracy in the statal sense
Onuf considers the international reality an unintended result of the statal agents' domestic and foreign activity, a structured and stucturant realm, more powerful than agents themselves, which, consequently, cannot be overcome.
The aim of the Technology and Development Consultancy Cell would be to formulate and implement a Development Professional program which among other things seeks to train personnel and establish opportunities within statal and para-statal agencies for these engineers to work profitably.
Five years of civil conflict (1997-2003) further damaged infrastructure, though the privatization of some statal and parastatal enterprises has generated some interest from U.
The human rights, freedom, good-will, responsibility and justice have represented and still represent an ideal for humanity; from here, the obligation to protect, at international and statal level, as long as these rights and liberties are absolute (opozabile erga omnes), indefeasible and personal (involving the consent) (Weisstub et al.
Therefore Rwanda cannot be seen as a typical post-conflict situation and this has a serious impact on the potential use of international, national, statal or indigenous justice and reconciliation mechanisms.
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Experts agree the potential is there: Potential issues include statal monopolies which dominate Moroccan phosphate mining and Algerian oil production.
So, in English it is statal perfect, in Udmurt this would be actional perfect.
la organizacion y fuerza del movimiento a favor de La salud y los derechos de la mujer, el apoyo politico a nivel federal, e statal y municipal, incluyendo el Ministerio de Salud, y las actividades de defensa y promocion dentro del gremia ban contribuido a que La provision de estos servicios sea una realidad.
484) Following Western Europe's early steps, the threshold course must transcend the solely statal view in considering legal concepts and institutions, (485) aiming for a form of limited intergovernmental and supranational legal cooperation, with a purpose not just to stabilize relations, but to transform them toward a common future.
By definition, liberalization means a systematic release of market forces from statal, para-statal and other institutional interferences in the day-to-day working of the economy.
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