We must celebrate our cultural diversity, he said, adding peace will not be possible without rule of law, justice, and accountability.
What does WROL stand for?
WROL stands for Without Rule of Law
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
We have 1 other meaning of WROL in our Acronym Attic
- Women's Resource and Outreach Centre (Jamaica)
- Workers' Rights Organizing Committee (Princeton University; New Jersey)
- Wakefield RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) OS (Operating System) Computer Club (est. 1983; UK)
- Western Region Outreach Center and Consortia (Cal State Northridge)
- Western Range Operations Communications and Information
- Western Region Open College Network (UK)
- White Ribbon of Death (single ski run open on artificial snow)
- Work-Related Osteomuscular Disturbance (repetitive stress)
- We Really Out Here (song)
- Woodlanders Reaching Out and Karing (California)
- Workplace Relations and Other Legislation Amendment (Australia)
- Water Resources Observation Network (Australia)
- Wavelength Routed Optical Network
- Wojskowa Rada Ocalenia Narodowego (former Polish military government organization)
- We Are One
- Women Radio Operators of New England (est. 1955)
- Weather Reporting Office of the National Government (a proposed name for the original national weather service in 1890)
- Wool Research of New Zealand, Inc. (Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand)
- Wool Research Organisation of New Zealand
- Worldwide Registry of Professional Electrologists
Samples in periodicals archive:
Nearly four million people are effectively living under the Taliban in north-west Pakistan without rule of law and effectively abandoned by the Pakistani government," The BBC quoted Amnesty's interim secretary-general Claudio Cordone, as saying.
Nearly four million people are effectively living under the Taliban in northwest Pakistan without rule of law and effectively abandoned by the Pakistani government," said Amnesty's acting head, Claudio Cordone.
PML (N), he said has sacrificed ministries to uphold principals and would do the same in future as without rule of law the country could not progress properly.