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concurrent

 [kon-ker´ent]
happening at the same time; simultaneous.

concurrent

adjective Occurring at the same time.
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Under Section 4, Article XVIII of the 1987 Constitution, "All existing treaties or international agreements which have not been ratified shall not be renewed or extended without the concurrence of at least two-thirds of all the Members of the Senate.
Since the state is under Governor's rule, the President needed to have his concurrence to pass the order that he did, revoking all the special powers accorded to the northern state.
He also cited the SC ruling in January 2016 that executive agreements, such as the EDCA, do not need the Senate's concurrence. He added that the Constitution allows the President to enter into an executive agreement.
The Domestic violence Bill of 2019 which was passed by House of Representatives last Thursday was sent to the Liberian Senate Tuesday July 16, for concurrence.
Senate Leader, Senator Ahmed Lawan representing Yobe North had presented the bill for concurrence to the Senate which handled the bill at a Committee of the Whole.
Petitioners argue the Constitution requires Senate concurrence when terminating a treaty - here the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court - not just when entering into one.
New Delhi [India], Oct 4 ( ANI ): The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday said that the seven Rohingyas were repatriated to Myanmar after confirming their willingness to go back and with the full concurrence of the Government of Myanmar.
He added the 'concurrence and ratification' of the bill 'by the entire House would come very soon.'
Now, due to persistence efforts of the existing management the proposal was sent to Establishment Division and subsequently the concurrence has been issued.
La reglementation regissant la concurrence est en voie d'amendement, a indique, jeudi dernier, a Alger, Djilali Asli, responsable au Conseil de la concurrence, precisant que le nouveau texte vise a ameliorer et harmoniser l'actuelle reglementation.