and Charbel understands the urgency SMS between the Lebanese threatened to be infringed Egypt: Islamists abort work of the constitutional tribunal Arrest in Saudi Arabia: Opinion is the crime Future Tripoli's rally to commemorate 40 days since Hasan's assassination underscores justice for martyrs and the resignation of Hezbollah and Assad's government Hariri: Bashar Assad will fall and the revolution will triumph Al-Akhbar Opposition's surprise: towards an election law committee Daily Star Future rally lashes out at Hezbollah Speakers at Tripoli gathering vow to avenge killings of Hariri and Hasan Rivals in fierce battle for Damascus Syria TV airs images of dead Lebanese Salafists ============O.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Constitutional Tribunal
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- Confederation Text
- Conflict Transformation
- Conformance Tester
- Conformance Testing
- Connecticut (US postal abbreviation)
- Connection Time
- Connective Tissue
- Conning Tower
- Conspiracy Theory (movie)
- Constant Temperature
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The constitutional tribunal did not revoke the 2012 parliament.
7 Kyodo All nine judges of Myanmar's Constitutional Tribunal resigned Thursday after being impeached by the lower house of parliament for failure to perform their duties well, state-run TV reported Friday.
He said the release of the book was part of the council's policy of "openness," which involves outreach to people interested in constitutional law, faculties of law and political science in Lebanon and Arab countries, and constitutional tribunals and councils in the region and abroad.
Conservative politicians in Madrid have reacted predictably by crying foul and claiming it must now go to Spain's Constitutional Tribunal to test if the Catalans have the powers to pass this law.
In a new episode of fundamentalist attacks against emergency contraception, Peru's Constitutional Tribunal declared that the World Health Organization (WHO) was not competent to determine whether or not the "morning-after pill" is an abortifacient.
The Thai Rak Thai party, which was similarly dissolved by a military-appointed constitutional tribunal in May last year, regrouped as the PPP soon after.