Principles of the Rome Statute
‘Why?’ I asked. She did not answer, but asked again, ‘Have you applied for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) before?’ “Yes,” I replied and continued, “and I left the UK when they refused my application and asked me to leave the UK as soon as possible.”
I am still puzzled today why I was refused entry – just because I applied for ILR? Where are my refused entry records recorded – are they stored on the chip in my BOC passport?
It is extremely unpleasant and tense to go through that kind of situation, maybe I should not use my BOC passport anymore. Will I be denied entry on my other passport? Note: I still possess my original country passport.
When the IO scanned your passport at the primary checkpoint (PCP), the system came back with a stop indicator. It is a simple yes/no indicator and a code; no other information is available to the IO at the checkpoint. They have to go to a secure checkpoint to get the details and that is why the IO could not answer her question “Why?” …. She didn’t know the details, all she knew at the time is that you were a Flight Risk.
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Among the recent judgments of the General Court see, in particular, judgments of 26 October 2012, CF Sharp Shipping Agencies v Council (T-53/12), and Oil Turbo Compressor v Council (T-63/12); of 5 December 2012, Qualitest v Council (T-421/11); of 11 December 2012, Sina Bank v Council (T-15/11); of 29 January 2013, Bank Mellat v. Council (T-496/10); of 5 February 2013, Bank Saderat Iran v. Council (T-494/10); of 20 March 2013, Bank Saderat v. Council (T-495/10); of 17 April 2013, TCMFG v. Council (T-404/11); of 16 May 2013, Iran Transfo v. Council (T-392/11); and of 12 June 2013, HTTS v. Council (T-128/12 and T-182/12). 7 –
Declaration No 25 annexed to the final act of the Intergovernmental Conference which adopted the Treaty of Lisbon, signed on 13 December 2007 (OJ 2008, C 115, p. 346, and OJ 2012, C 326, p. 348).27 – –
The Council refers in this regard to the judgment of the Court of Justice of 3 September 2008 in Joined Cases C-402/05 P and C-415/05 P Kadi and Al Barakaat International Foundation v Council and Commission  ECR I-6351, paragraph 358.36 –
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The certainty of obtaining an award that is recognized and enforced is the main reason why the parties decide to submit their dispute to arbitration. However, this certainty may be truncated – among other factors – by the filing of an appeal for annulment of the award before the state courts of the arbitral seat, which, on arbitrary grounds, decide to annul the award. This situation raises several questions, the main one being what will happen to the annulled award. In this scenario, this article seeks to clarify this uncertainty by analyzing the possibility of recognizing and enforcing an annulled arbitral award in another jurisdiction, as established in the New York Convention. On the other hand, a brief exposition of the doctrine and jurisprudence of the main foreign courts that have addressed this issue will be made. The purpose is to try to establish a proposed solution to help mitigate such uncertainty.
General principles of international criminal law
Fortunately, consumers and activists have the means to change those policies and practices with which they disagree. One of the most powerful tools for bringing about change is the boycott. Boycotting a person or an organization is not a new idea. For much of the last century, boycotts were a very effective and popular way to bring about change for the betterment of the world. Think about the following examples:
Boycotts work because there are so many people willing to participate. According to an article in Newsweek (see Resources), it is estimated that nearly 20 percent of Americans participate in boycotts because of something they believe in. What’s more, people who participate in boycotts are typically highly educated. From a business leader’s point of view, that means people with big wallets. And you can be sure that, if there’s one thing business leaders pay attention to, it’s big wallets.