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It may be noted that the president under article 246 of the constitution has power to change status of any tribal area.
Liberal Party leader Tony Abbot, Gillard's opponent in national elections on Saturday, has disagreed with Gillard, saying he sees no need to change status quo.
Moreover, said Chao, referendum is meant to change status quo via appeal to public will but the passage of the proposed referendum would neither change the status quo nor require the government to change the status quo.
But their decision to change status is seen as ending the uncertainty, allowing them also to take advantage of significant Fed support.
Thus 200 general FE colleges could be eligible to change status.
If finalized, the amendment would reverse the current once-in, always-in policy by allowing sources to change status at any point by reducing its emissions below the major source threshold.
This discovery leads to a list of new questions about how the creatures grow and how individuals change status within a group.
The use of a Gannt chart or other project management tool is very helpful to manage all of the details, to give visibility to the change status, and to manage communications.