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politico-judicial

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  • As a respected politico-judicial authority, she has a counterpart in the wise woman of Abel, who spoke for and rescued the city of Abel where, she said, the people of Israel brought their disputes to be settled (2 Sam 20: 15 – 22).

    Deborah: Bible.

  • It added: large and deep corruption in some areas, “the munificent external solidarity and the deterioration of the institutions” (observe the juxtaposition, an elegant way to state that there is NO control over state spending), the fast increase in poverty and insecurity, politico-judicial repression, violation of human rights, penalization of normal activities (read: Tascon list), in the same sentence “negligence, omissions, manipulations and distortions” (code words for general incompetence).

    01/15/2006 - 01/22/2006

  • It added: large and deep corruption in some areas, “the munificent external solidarity and the deterioration of the institutions” (observe the juxtaposition, an elegant way to state that there is NO control over state spending), the fast increase in poverty and insecurity, politico-judicial repression, violation of human rights, penalization of normal activities (read: Tascon list), in the same sentence “negligence, omissions, manipulations and distortions” (code words for general incompetence).

    The Church, in Chile and in Venezuela

  • Dionne Jr. in the Washington Post, using two of the great politico-judicial attack phrases in rapid succession.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Dionne Jr. in the Washington Post, using two of the great politico-judicial attack phrases in rapid succession.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Justice. absolute, unconditioned law of right existing before government; and justice, being a rectoral, politico-judicial character, maintained by the firm vindication of government; conditioned of course by the wants of government.

    The Vicarious Sacrifice, Grounded in Principles of Universal Obligation.

  • Women singers and prophets continue throughout Israel’s history, but with the consolidation of the Israelite monarchy, politico-judicial authority of the type enjoyed by Deborah and the wise woman of Abel was handed over to the royal bureaucracies.

    Deborah: Bible.

  • The recent politico-judicial turmoil is a clash between two personalities, Asif Ali Zardari Vs Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry ', which has been shaped up by now as a clash between the' executive and the judiciary ', and as rightly said by Asma Jehangir in her article dated December 19, the clash which began after the Supreme Court's NRO judgment, has resulted in disturbing the equilibrium of power and an imbalance has been created in favor of judiciary.

    Islamabad Metblogs

  • The recent politico-judicial turmoil is a clash between two personalities, Asif Ali Zardari Vs Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry ', which has been shaped up by now as a clash between the' executive and the judiciary ', and as rightly said by Asma Jehangir in her article dated December 19, the clash which began after the Supreme Court's NRO judgment, has resulted in disturbing the equilibrium of power and an imbalance has been created in favor of judiciary.

    Islamabad Metblogs

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