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Appeal

A request to a higher court to review a previously completed criminal or civil case. In general, only one of the parties involved in the original case may appeal it.
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We have not made a final decision about a sovereign bond issue," said Idriss Azami al-Idrissi, minister in charge of the budget.
Posting the matter for hearing on July 2, the bench directed the government to place the final decision before it by June 30.
The scope of the study will include all interested parties, all scientific arguments will be taken into consideration and final decision is going to be reached in a transparent procedure," Ademi stated.
No final decision has been taken to increase the unfair dismissal qualifying period," said a spokesman.
Because, whether we like it or not, the Supreme Board of Election has made a decision and it is the final decision.
When the final decision is made there will no doubt be people who will be unhappy, but hopefully they will know they have had the chance to have their say and that it has not fallen on deaf ears.
Summary: Ofwat has announced its final decision on prices, calling for average household bills to be reduced by around Au3 to Au340.
The meeting is expected to take final decision on distribution of resources among the provinces and formula distributing NFC on multilateral basis would be finalized.
He expressed his view without going through the proper channels of Al Wefaq, but he shouldn't take the final decision without the backing of the society," Al Wefaq bloc members and parliament's public utilities and environment affairs committee chairman MP Jawad Fairooz told the GDN.
He has promised to make the final decision within a month but he is not bound by the report's recommendations which have not yet been made public.
Superintendent Dave Dando, divisional commander for the Vale of Glamorgan, said: "While the review is under way, it is important to stress that no final decision has been made on the future of Barry's cells complex.
Her office said a public inquiry would be held "in due course" with a final decision being taken by ministers.