This is not an initiative but rather general principles which are not new.
What does GP stand for?
GP stands for General Principle
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 60 other meanings of GP in our Acronym Attic
- General Partner (IRB)
- General Partnership (company type)
- General Pathology
- General Patronage (older MPAA movie rating)
- General Pediatrics
- General Physics Corporation
- General Planning
- General Population (prisons)
- General Practice
- General Practitioner (family doctor)
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The Chancellor - this would be funny, if it wasn't so sad - added: "The general principle is that people should pay income tax and that includes people with the highest incomes.
Jurist Kais Said reckoned for his part that the new constitution should provide for general principles relating mainly to rights and liberties, powers and state administrative organisation and leave other issues for ordinary legislative power.
As a matter of fact, the Federal Minister discussed the general principles of running a national economy.
This guideline (Traceability in the food and feed chain: general principles and basic system requirements--Guideline No.
Taking the judicial decisions of the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia as his core material, as it has dealt with general principles of law much more often than others, but also discussing the decisions of other international courts, he analyzes cases of effective application of general principles of law, as well as those instances without application where the categorization of a given legal principle as a general principle of law or the applicability of general principles of law were at stake, as these latter instances may shed light on issues of determination of general principles of law at the national level and their translation into international law, the most problematic aspects of general principles of law as a source of international criminal law.
Previous Cases In an earlier case, the North Carolina Supreme Court recognized the general principle that a mutual will may be revoked, unless made in pursuance of a contract.