Cairo: An Egyptian court on Wednesday sentenced Prime Minister Hisham Qandil to a jail term of one year in absentia for failing to implement a 2011 ruling, sources said, adding the verdict was merely symbolic.
What does IA stand for?
IA stands for In Absentia (Latin: On Behalf of and in the Absence Of)
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We have 87 other meanings of IA in our Acronym Attic
- Imperator Augustus (Latin: Emperor Augustus, epigraphy)
- Imperial Academy (Star Wars)
- Imperial Age
- Imperial Army (gaming)
- Implementation Agreement
- Implementing Agency
- Implementing Agent
- Implementing Arrangement
- Implosion-Assembled (weapon)
- Impulse Approximation (electron momentum density)
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Mr Al Refai was previously convicted of money laundering and fraud by the High Criminal Court, which sentenced him in absentia to five years in jail and fined him BD50,000 last September.
Summary: The Ras Al Khaimah Criminal Court has sentenced six Asian residents, three of them in absentia, to serve five years in jail and deportation later for abducting and raping a young woman, also Asian.
Hashimi sentenced to death in absentia, court sources BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Higher Criminal Court sentenced vice-president Tariq al-Hashimi to death penalty in absentia in charges connected with terrorism.
The defendants held in prison and the seven others being tried in absentia received last year terms ranging between two years and life in prison by the National Safety Court of First Instance.
| BRUSSELS, July 11 (KUNA) -- The Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) Wednesday rejected motions by the defence counsel for the four people accused in the killing of ex-Lebanese premier Rafiq Hariri, to suspend or reconsider in absentia proceedings.
London, Rajab 27, 1433, Jun 17, 2012, SPA -- Groups of Muslims performed the funeral prayer in absentia for Crown Prince Naif bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior, in the Islamic Cultural Center, London Central Mosque and a number of mosques in the United Kingdom today.
On May 22, a Cairo court sentenced five policemen to 10 years in jail in absentia for killing protesters during the 18-day uprising that ousted Mubarak on February 11.