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Protest

Instructions given to a collecting bank that drafts falling due for payment are to be formally presented to the drawee by a notary, who is to formally record any default.

Protest

An instruction to a collection agency to attempt to collect a certain portion of a default or other, unpaid sale.
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Opposition parties condemned the arrest of protesting doctors and stressed upon provincial government to fulfill their demands on priority level.
The BECS teachers vacated the protesting venue after the agreement was made; however, they vowed to come back if the ministry fails in fulfilling their demands within the given time frame.
The woman was protesting at the same site and in the same way as the first such protest in December.
The teachers were protesting for the fulfilment of their demands, some of which were already agreed to by the provincial authorities.
Moreover, Hafiz Saeed's Jamaatud Dawa is taking out a protest at Chauburji while the JI is protesting at Masjid-e-Shuhada.
"I once again appeal to the protesting parties in the name of Islam, humanity, decency and morality to defer their protest keeping in view the critical situation of the country.
seven days after the protesting party knew or should have known of the facts giving rise to the
Number of protesting employees got injured as the police used batons and water canon to disperse the employees.
While everyone should enjoy the right to peaceful protest, this should not mean a licence to continue protesting for months on end in a manner that paralyses the nation, ruins the economy and harms national interests.
Schools and universities in the city were requested to hold extra classes on Saturday, in an apparent attempt to keep people from protesting, several online reports said.
Eye witnesses told Sudan Tribune that fresh protests erupted Thursday in and around the institute of financial and banking studies in downtown Khartoum but the police had managed to disperse the protesting students using teargas and batons.
The list of issues they are protesting about includes debt, tax havens, poor wages, long working hours, addiction and control of the media.