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What does CE stand for?

CE stands for Conseil d'Etat (Luxembourg)

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  • Military and Government

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Dans sa seance tenue sous la presidence du vice-president du Conseil d'Etat, le conseiller Dr Mohamed Abdel Wahab, la CJA a affirme dans son verdict : [beaucoup moins que]La mosquee est le coeur de la societe islamique et le lieu de rencontre des fideles pour adorer Dieu (.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Information Week reported that the ASIC has filed a petition on behalf of more than 20 technology firms to France's highest administrative court, the Conseil d'Etat, "challenging the cost required to store large amounts of data for a long duration, charging that the data-gathering requirements exceed what's specified in the LCEN and the EU's E-Commerce Directive, and also that France failed to consult the EU on the changes, which may be a violation of EU law.
Faiza M appealed the decision; but late last month the Conseil d'Etat, France's highest administrative body which also acts as a high court, upheld the decision to deny her citizenship on grounds that she "adopted a religious practice incompatible with essential values of the French community, particularly the principle of equality of the sexes.
The Conseil d'Etat also rejected Ryanair's request to refer the matter to the European Court of Justice.
Ryanair's head of regulatory affairs and company secretary, Jim Callaghan, said that the carrier has filed legal action in the French Conseil d'Etat, requesting it to overturn the labour decree.