Impugnment


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Im`pugn´ment


n.1.The act of impugning, or the state of being impugned.
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The impugnment of the EU Regulation is the logical consequence of the appeal lodged last year by the Government and still pending before the European Court of Justice against the EU Councils decision to assign the new EMA headquarters to Amsterdam after the EU Agency leaves London following the so-called Brexit.
As for crimes related to the incitement of violence, discrimination between citizens, or the impugnment of individual honour, the law shall stipulate the penalties therefor.
Both examples have one component in common--an impugnment of legitimacy of the enemy by hybrid operations (or its IOps component) in the minds of inhabitants of the targeted territory before a conventional attack; hence it is noticeably the act of aggression or at least it precedes the act of aggression.