Persona Non Grata


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Persona Non Grata

A diplomat rejected as a representative by the country to which the diplomat is sent. The term is Latin for "unacceptable person."
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Pero ocurre que a Edwards, desde Persona non grata, le complace esa ambiguedad entre la realidad y la ficcion, disyuntiva afin, pero no igual, a esa "verdad de las mentiras" de la que ha hablado su amigo Mario Vargas Llosa.
In a way it would have been no bad thing if the legislature endorsed Perdikis' call to declare Downer persona non grata and demand his immediate replacement.
Under Article 9 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, a receiving state may "at any time and without having to explain its decision, notify the sending State that the head of the mission or any member of the diplomatic staff of the mission is persona non grata or that any other member of the staff of the mission is not acceptable".
The Thai Foreign Ministry followed suit later Thursday by declaring the first secretary of the Cambodian Embassy in Bangkok persona non grata.
New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully, meanwhile, said Fiji's acting head of mission in Wellington was similarly declared persona non grata and was instructed to leave New Zealand.
We want our Muslim and Arab people to bid the American president farewell, declaring that he is a persona non grata who represents crimes," Fadlallah said in a statement released on Sunday.
Empresario futbolistico sin registro ante la FIFA, Lara Guadarrama fue declarado persona non grata en 1999 por presuntos fraudes cometidos cuando fue promotor de las Selecciones Nacionales, en tiempos de Francisco Ibarra como presidente de la FMF y de Enfilio Maurer como titular de la rama de la Primera Division.
intervention in Bosnia as vital to our strategic interest, he is persona non grata to humanitarians horrified by his dark view of the world.
The police in Berne have come down hard on what local officials describe as individuals designated as persona non grata who linger around the Holy Ghost church in the city centre.
Yo siempre he sido una persona que la especial disposicion para encontrar ese lado no reglamentado de las cosas, que tiene mucho que ver con el humor, como en Persona non grata.
For her views Guinier was labeled "quota queen" by the Wall Street Journal and persona non grata by Clinton.
Admittedly, controls are the persona non grata of international financial policy.