4- It endorses
former Interior Minister Efkan Ala, who violated the Constitution to arrest journalists
"It's a horrible idea for church ministers to endorse
candidates from the pulpit because it's so inherently divisive."
They are free to issue reports and even criticize or praise politicians, but they cannot endorse
The decision whether to endorse
, and whom to endorse
, is a very sensitive issue for many executives.
In spite of 20 years of court battles over their constitutionality, FCC rules still require stations that endorse
candidates to offer reply time to spokespeople for all opposing candidates.
But no amount of spin control can obscure the fact that calling for population reduction gives succor to the right wing and endorses
a set of noxious policies.
On another non issue, the Republicans "endorse
the efforts of congressional Republicans to halt the sale, in military facilities, of pornographic materials."
As reported in the IASC's Insight of December 1994, the IOSCO will not endorse
any of the other standards until the IASC has completed all the core standards to the IOSCO's satisfaction.
The IASC will complete 16 standards on subjects such as intangibles, financial instruments, interim reporting, segments and leasing by the middle of 1999, at which time the IOSCO will endorse
Bam Aquino, senatorial candidate of the opposition group Otso Diretso, said on Saturday that he respected charismatic group El Shaddai to endorse
10 administration-backed candidates.
According to him, that there was no time when the group came together as a people to endorse
Atiku as its candidate in the forthcoming elections.
Several other Texas papers, including the Austin American-Statesman and the San Angelo Standard-Times, have said they will not endorse
in this year's presidential race.