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There are many analogous cases throughout the world, but like the petition you cite, they are not legal, they are political, e.g. the Kautokeino rebellion, the Basque conflict, Turkish-only laws in Turkey, Bantu minorities in Somalia, Jim Crow laws in the US. A legal case would be when parties file a lawsuit in some higher court, to force a government to ...


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First, let's be clear. Under the relevant Australian law, this person is an Australian citizen, This is for two reasons. First, because he or she is descended from someone who was born in Australia in the time period from January 26, 1949 to August 19, 1986 (or who was a British subject born in Australia prior to January 26, 1949), and second, because a ...


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The main legal effect of a cease and desist letter is to establish that if you continue in your course of conduct, that your actions were made with full knowledge of the contents of the cease and desist letter, and intentionally in defiance of that request of the cease and desist letter. There are many civil wrongs and criminal offenses that are only ...


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Can a district rescind an offer of employment? Yes. Any contractural offer can be withdrawn so long as it has not been accepted. You did not accept it, so the withdrawal is legal. Can they hire someone who is not qualified ... That depends on the particular law that mandates the qualification. As a general principle, anyone is allowed to work at anything ...


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It is highly likely that you misunderstood the principal, or the principal was mistaken, in making the offer. "Offers" from the principal / department head etc. are not generally actual offers because the principal is not authorized to make an offer, they are contingent on approval by the overseeing board. I assume the principal didn't give you a ...


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To comply with the rules that allow them to take tests remotely, they'd have to comply with all requirements. If they can't comply with all three requirements, they are not allowed to offer these remote tests. But what do the parts mean? Stanca 2, verification, can be solved easily. 3 can be solved by simply allowing all sources and making sure that the ...


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EU law permits Member States to take any steps as appropriate to ensuring the full equality, in practice, between men and women. This is set out in Directive 2002/73/EC (Art. 2(8)) and in Articles 151, 156 and 157-4 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. Article I of the Declaration of Human and Civic Rights of 26 August 1789 as embodied in ...


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Questions in the form can X be considered Y are usually pointless. By asking, you are obviously considering X to be Y, so yes, it can be done. Question answered. The better question would be do the relevant authorities consider X to be Y? Since we are on Law Stack Exchange and not on Politics Stack Exchange, it would be laws or legal authorities. Many ...


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