Redressment


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Re`dress´ment

    (~ment)
n.1.The act of redressing; redress.
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It is the aim of the redressment package to curtail the federal structural budget deficit.
This not only reflects the improved cyclical outlook, but also the effect of fiscal redressment, especially the federal government's second savings package ("deuxieme programme d'economies") of October 1993, which by now has been adopted by the Parliament (in a slightly modified form).
religious identity of the state; 3) official language(s) of the state (French and/or Arabic [Chadian and/or Classical]); and 4) judicial redressment of civil rights violations.
Improving activity will help to bring actual budget balances under better control, while measures of redressment on all levels of government should reduce the structural components of public deficits.
This is very important because to this day, no one knows the exact composition of the National Committee for the Redressment of Democracy and Restoration of the State (CNRDRE) that was set up by the junta after the March 22 coup d'etat.