The major amendment is the addition of a new paragraph regarding political transition in Syria.
What does NP stand for?
NP stands for New Paragraph (proofreading)
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- Network Processor
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- Neue Presse (German: Newspaper)
- Neupreis (German :price if new)
- Neutron-Physical (physics)
- New Paper - Singapore
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According to the bill, a new paragraph was added to Article (221), stating that the punishment for assaulting a member of the security forces or employees of the BDF shall be imprisonment, the punishment shall be imprisonment for a term of no less than seven years if the assault unintentionally led to a permanent disability, the punishment shall be imprisonment for no less than ten years if the assault intentionally led to a permanent disability, the punishment shall be imprisonment for life if the assault led to the unintentional death of the assaulted.
Similarly, in Regulation R-23, a new paragraph has been added as under: Banks/DFIs shall ensure that overall personal loan limits and credit card limits, both on secured as well as on unsecured basis, availed by one person from all banks/DFIs in aggregate should not exceed Rs 5,000,000/-, at any point in time, subject to the condition that the overall unsecured/clean facilities on account of personal loan and credit card of that individual do not exceed Rs 2,000,000.
MUSCAT: His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said has issued three royal decrees as follows; Royal Decree No 75/2010 amending the Commerce Law Article one: A new paragraph shall be added to article No 238 of the said law.
Muscat , June 12 (ONA)--- His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said has issued three royal decrees as follows; Royal Decree No 75/2010 amending the Commerce Law Article one: A new paragraph shall be added to article No 238 of the said law.
On 29 November, some 57 per cent of the Swiss population voted for a new Paragraph 3 to Article 72 of their constitution: 'The building of minarets is forbidden'.