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For an administrative offence, entailing the imposition of an administrative penalty in the form of disqualification, a person may be brought to administrative responsibility in one year at latest as of the date of committing the administrative offence, and if an administrative offence is continuous, it may be done in one year at latest as of the date of detecting the administrative offence. 4. (...) Failure to Carry Out a Decision of an Election Committee or a Referendum Committee Failure to carry out a decision of an election committee or a referendum committee taken within the scope of jurisdiction thereof - shall entail the imposition of an administrative fine on officials in the amount of from ten to twenty times the minimum amount of labour wages and on legal entities in the amount of from one hundred to two hundred times the minimum amount of labour wages. (...) Violation of the Procedure for Submitting Lists of Voters, or of Referendum Participants, or Data about Voters or about Participants of a Referendum Violation of a procedure for submitting lists of voters or participants of a referendum, or data about voters or participants of a referendum by the official who is responsible for it under the laws - shall entail the imposition of an administrative fine in the amount of from ten to twenty times the minimum amount of labour wages.
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Score: 922675.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/rus_e/WTACCRUS48_LEG_3.pdf
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Infringement of Copyright and Related Rights Illegal use or misappropriation of authorship of an object of copyright or related rights, given that this action has caused damage exceeding 500 times minimum salary, shall entail a fine at the rate of 200-400 times minimum salary” The same action, given that it has caused damage exceeding 1000 times minimum salary, shall entail a fine at the rate of 600 times minimum salary, or imprisonment for a maximum term of three years.” (...) The same action, given that it has caused damage exceeding 1000 times minimum salary, shall entail a fine at the rate of 400-600 times minimum salary, or imprisonment for a maximum term of three years.” (...) The same action, given that it has caused a damage exceeding 1000 times minimum salary, shall entail a fine at the rate of 300-500 times minimum salary, or imprisonment for a maximum term of one year.”
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Score: 900739.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/arm_e/WTACCARM19_LEG_1.pdf
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SPs, NHRIs, CSOs, UN agencies, etc. 3 Individual complaints What does this function entail? The consideration of complaints by individuals who believe their rights have been violated. (...) SPs, NPMs, NHRIs, CSOs, UNCT 7 Inquiries What does this function entail? A confidential investigation of grave or systematic violations by a State party of the rights contained in the relevant human rights treaty Reliable information is received by a Treaty Body State party concerned invited to cooperate in the process 8 Inquiries (cont.) (...) - CSOs, NHRI, UNCT, UN and SP 10 General Comments/Recommendations What does this function entail? The interpretation of an international human rights treaty Aim: assist SPs in implementing treaty obligations and the development of international human rights law The outcome of a day of discussion usually leads to draft a GC/GR Which Treaty Bodies exercise it?
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Score: 872625.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...3FunctionsGeneralOverview.pptx
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. • Identify the problem – entails identifying and understanding the urban problem. • Model the problem – includes transforming the identified urban problem into a model (which represents the urban problem) • Solve the model – entails solving the model to provide a solution to the initially identified urban problem • Apply the model solution to the urban problem – includes the actual implementation of city science solution in the context of a real city by applying the model solution to the urban problem. It may also entail applying a set of enablers to accelerate and increase the likelihood of its success.
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Score: 839471.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...k/files/basic-html/page10.html
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Some erroneous decisions of SCN applications can entail considerable negative consequences. 1) SCN applications are required to provide measures to avoid considerable negative consequences of their decisions on condition that all the actuators carry out commands given by the SCN applications exactly. 2) SCN applications are required to provide all the necessary measures to identify the party responsible for erroneous decision operations entailing considerable negative consequences. 3) SCN applications are required to provide operational logging sufficient to determine the source of errors entailing considerable negative consequences. 8.15 Open service environment (OSE) support SCN applications can optionally support open service environment (OSE) capabilities as described in [ITU-T Y.2020] and [ITU-T Y.2234].
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Score: 813418.75 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page406.html
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Some erroneous decisions of SCN applications can entail considerable negative consequences. 1) SCN applications are required to provide measures to avoid considerable negative consequences of their decisions on condition that all the actuators carry out commands given by the SCN applications exactly. 2) SCN applications are required to provide all the necessary measures to identify the party responsible for erroneous decision operations entailing considerable negative consequences. 3) SCN applications are required to provide operational logging sufficient to determine the source of errors entailing considerable negative consequences. 8.15 Open service environment (OSE) support SCN applications can optionally support open service environment (OSE) capabilities as described in [ITU-T Y.2020] and [ITU-T Y.2234].
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Score: 813418.75 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page406.html
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The acts provided by articles 219.1 or 219.2 of the present Code, committed by organized group or entailed on imprudence death of a victim or other heavy consequences – is punished by imprisonment for the term from eight up to fifteen years. (...) The same act: 219-1.3.1. committed repeatedly; 219-1.3.2. committed by group organized or criminal community (criminal organization); 219-1.3.3. on imprudence entailed to death of a victim or other heavy consequences – is punished by imprisonment for the term from twelve up to fifteen years or life imprisonment with confiscation or without it.
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Score: 788964.65 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...PDFFILES/AZE_criminal_code.pdf
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It entails stewardship on the efficient deployment of the health workforce across urban, rural and remote areas to provide access and effective referral across the continuum of care. o ‘Acceptability’ of HRH is improved by taking action to: steward, manage and support the domestic health workforce to increase population demand for and utilization of health services. It entails educating a health workforce, with appropriate oversight, supervision and regulatory mechanisms that is responsive and respectful to population socio-cultural needs, including through appropriate gender balance and skills mix. o ‘Quality’ of HRH is improved by taking action to: ensure health workers have the necessary competencies and adequate incentives to give priority to patients’ interests and the clinical appropriateness/effectiveness of the care that they receive. It entails cross-government support and partnerships to produce a workforce that is fit for purpose and fit to practice in relation to population-specific needs, with mechanisms to measure, reward and sustain high-quality service provision. 2.
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Score: 782296.83 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...GHWA_HRH_UHC_Briefing_Note.pdf
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Harnessing the dynamic interplay between the private sector and opportunities for skills development is key to unlocking the potential of youth. Win- win solutions entail the private sector directly contributing to equipping young people with such skills, often through a process that entails concurrently learning and working. (...) UNICEF Jordan has been focusing on supporting the employability and economic engagement of youth in Jordan by implementing the national Pathways to Youth Engagement 2018-2022 strategy. This entails ve approaches to achieving employability, which are underpinned by mentoring and coaching, with the expectation to improve three key outcomes for young people: transferable skills building, engagement and employment. (...) Key actions needed to achieve this agenda include the adoption and implementation of policies that a) promote better work conditions, b) increase the minimum wage (which currently stands at 220JD per month), to be on par with maintaining minimum standards of living, c) non-discrimination and d) equal rights at work. This would also entail extending a minimum level of social security and insurance for all occupations.
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Score: 782296.83 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/me...%20Opportunities%20UNICEF%20JC
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In view of the following factors: ( insufficient geographical coverage; ( low teledensity (most African countries have a teledensity of less than 1 per cent); ( liberalization of the telecommunication sector, resulting in the emergence of new operators and, by the same token of competition; ( privatization of the telecommunication sector under the restructuring programmes being implemented in those countries, including the fact that new operators do not always take universal service obligations into account; ( call‑back, which, with the re-routing of traffic it entails, results in a loss of earnings for the traditional operator; ( lack of financial resources, which poses the problem of how to finance the investments entailed by universal service obligations, the participants request that the Rapporteur's Group on ITU‑D Question 7/1 continue study of the Question by pursuing its examination of case studies, in particular in respect of Africa, with a view to arriving at practical and relevant recommendations such as the identification of new sources of investment. _______________ ______________ Contact point: Mr Souleimane Chabi Mamba Guia, Office des postes et télécommunications du Bénin, Tel.: +229 316545/Fax: +229 313843/E-mail: souleimane.chabi@intnet.bj P:\ENG\ITU-D\SG-D\SG01\RGQ07\024E.ww9 26.06.01 26.06.01 (126884) P:\ENG\ITU-D\SG-D\SG01\RGQ07\024E.ww9 26.06.01 26.06.01 (126884)
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Score: 780158.15 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...yQuestions/Question_7/024e.doc
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