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ratification (rat´ifikā´shən),

n confirmation of a previous act.
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Abu Dhabi - President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan issued 14 federal decrees ratifying a number of agreements with friendly countries, establishing a consulate-general in Nigeria and appointing two ambassadors abroad.
HH the Emir also issued Decree No 79 of 2017, ratifying another MoU on cooperation in the field of youth and sports between the governments of Qatar and Azerbaijan, signed on the same day.
Invoking something like a domino effect of geopolitics, he said Iran and Israel ratifying CTBT would provide momentum for Egypt to do so as well, which in turn would put pressure on the U.
One of the leading opponents of the ERA during the 1970s was conservative Illinois lawyer Phyllis Schlafly, who launched a campaign called Stop ERA and is credited with helping mobilize public opinion against the amendment in some of the states that balked at ratifying it.
His Majesty also issued a law ratifying an agreement between Bahrain and the Islamic Development Bank, concluded on March 19 last year, on funding a water transport network development project.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Council of Europe (CoE), in a report on prostitution, trafficking and modern slavery in Europe, criticized Turkey for signing but not yet ratifying a convention on the same topic, as well as for not signing another convention on minorities' rights.
Essam Abdulla Fakhro today paid tribute to His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa for ratifying law-decree 48 for 2012 on the chamber.
In three separate letters sent to Speaker Abdulla Shahid, President Nasheed explained the reasons for not ratifying the three bills, Haveeru reported.
The Cluster Munition Coalition is "calling on all governments to seize the opportunity to get on board the cluster bomb ban by signing and ratifying the Convention.
The member of Fadhila Islamic Party Ja'afar al-Musawi suggest on Hashimi to ratify the elections law due to the end of the legal time for ratifying it on Thursday.
lt;p>AaAa Morocco was among the first countries to get committed for an irreversible prohibition of nuclear tests by signing the agreement in September 1996 and ratifying it in April 2000.
Signing and ratifying the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities would send a clear signal that the United States is committed to the full societal inclusion of people living with disabilities, APHA urged in late March.