Clear breach

See under Breach, n., 4.

See also: Clear

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It is the Indian prime minister who has undermined the spirit of bilateralism,' the foreign minister said, pointing out that India's unilateral action in occupied Kashmir were in clear breach of the United Nations Security Council resolutions and international laws.
The senator added that the government is in a 'clear breach of its duty under international law' for its failure to investigate the alleged extra-judicial killings (EJK) linked to the campaign against drugs.
This is a clear breach of confidentiality and personal security.
He warned that covering vehicle number-plates was a clear breach of road traffic Act and other laws of the land.
He said: "This is a clear breach of data protection.
2 (Saba) N Special Envoy to Somalia, Nicolas Haysom , has been considered an undesirable person and can not work in the country after that because of what the Somalia called "deliberate interference with its authorities." The Somali foreign ministry said in a statement on Wednesday that "the envoy of the Secretary-General of Somalia Nicholas Haysom is not welcome in Somalia and can not work in the country." "This decision is due to a clear breach by the United Nations Office for the Independence of the country and its authorities," the statement added.
"My view is Coun Hugill's failure to declare interests is a clear breach of the code of conduct."
would be a clear breach of the vote law and the applicable laws.
This represents a clear breach of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 2216 and 2231 and a threat to the security of Saudi Arabia, the region and the world, he underlined.
A club statement read: "The player is in clear breach of his contract.
Stoltenberg said, "NATO has consistently condemned Syria's continued use of chemical weapons as a clear breach of international norms and agreements.