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tran·si·tion·al

(tran-si'shŭn-ăl, -zish-),
Relating to or marked by a transition; transitory.

transitional

(trăn-zĭsh′ŭn-ăl)
Marked by or relating to change.
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The tasks of the transitional period include working out a balanced foreign policy that achieves the supreme national interests of the state, works to improve Sudan's foreign relations and build on the basis of independence and common interests in a way that preserves the country's sovereignty, security and borders.
In other words, the political declaration has made the TMC succumb to the will and demand of the Sudanese people to establish civilian transitional institutions.
"The size of the transitional parliament will be 300 members, 67% of which will be appointed by the Declaration of Freedom and Change Forces and 33% of which will be negotiated between the two sides," Alatta confirmed.
The delegation includes representatives of the Organisation against Torture in Tunisia, the Association of the families of the Revolution's martyrs and injured, Awfia, the Tunisian Network for Transitional Justice, the Tunisian Observatory of Detention Places, Lawyers without Borders, the Organisation of Freedom Martyr Nabil Barakati, the International Centre for Transitional Justice, Human Rights Watch organisation and the International Commission of Jurists.
Managed by the Illinois-based Transitional Care Management, the 120-bed center is the first standalone, post-acute care center in the Northwest suburbs.
The most contentious element of Transitional Justice is the memory of Chiang Kai-shek himself.
Transitional housing supports Aboriginal families to achieve economic independence by providing different housing options, tailoring wraparound human services and boosting participation in education and employment.
Hosanna Transitional Living created the transitional living home to address the critical shortage of sober living beds for adolescent males in Northern California.
Transitional justice in the Arab region presents the strongest challenge yet to the transitional justice paradigm, contends Aboueldahab.
Transitional objects have most commonly been studied in relation to a young child's first real attachment to a "not-me" item (Galligan, 1994).
Worse still, an 80-year-old man was appointed as the Minister of Transitional Justice, while in reality one of his grandchildren should have headed this ministry.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE AND THE RULE OF LAW, AS CONCEPTS AND AREAS OF PRACTICE.

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