Right of Return

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Right of Return

The legal right that an individual has to go back to his/her country. The right of return is guaranteed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, but there is debate about what is meant by "country," whether it refers to one's physical place of birth or the state with which one's ethnicity is associated. The right of return remains controversial in many places, notably Israel and the Palestinian territories.
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Calls were wide during the sixty-first memorial that by year 62 the Palestinian people will have achieved their rights of return, a state, and self-determination.
It has been clear at all stages of the negotiations that this process aims to eliminate the core issue of the Arab/Palestinian struggle for freedom and justice: the Palestinian refugees and their rights of return and restitution.
When rights of return exist, or are likely to be accepted, FAS 48 dictates that it may be possible that a reasonable estimate of refunds can be made before revenue can be recognized from the transactions.
Echelon also sells its LonWorks infrastructure products through distributors in other parts of the world, none of which currently have rights of return.