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  Proscription - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Proscription (French: proscriptio) is the public identification and official condemnation of enemies of the state.
Proscription implies the elimination en masse of political rivals or personal enemies, and the term is frequently used in connection with violent revolutions, most especially with the Reign of Terror in the French Revolution.
Proscription of 43 BC Proscription was later revived by the Second Triumvirate in 43 BC, again to eliminate political enemies and to replenish the Treasury.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Proscription   (429 words)

 Act of Proscription - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This was part of a series of efforts to assimilate the unruly Scottish Highlands while ending their ability to revolt, and the first of the 'King's laws' which sought to crush the Clan system in the aftermath of the Jacobite Rising of 'Forty-Five.
Claims that other portions of the Act of Proscription prohibited the playing of bagpipes, the gathering of people, and the teaching of Gaelic (the Highlander's native tongue) do not appear to be supported by the text of the Act at the link shown below.
The Act of Proscription was followed by the Heritable Jurisdictions Act which removed the feudal authority the Clan Chieftains had enjoyed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Act_of_Proscription   (422 words)

 Three Men in a Vote: Proscription and the Power of the Text (Appian, Bellum Ciuile 4.1. 1-6. 51)
The triumviral proscription is set in counterpoint to the civil war against the forces led by Brutus and Cassius gathering strength in the East.
Sullan proscription was not the way to vindicate filial piety toward the popularis (Julius) Caesar, and the publicly ceremonied and statutory triumvirate, if it did replay Caesarian politics, must eo ipso portend fissure into a re-run of the internecine progress of the first, private and unofficial, compact.
The bizarreries of historical precedent are a symptomatic facet of the unravelling of cultural poetics in crisis.
www.dur.ac.uk /Classics/histos/1997/henderson.html   (6462 words)

And, as the rule in question is a Regulation, it could easily be repealed by the President without Legislative approval, thus sparing her of a potentially hostile encounter with Parliament.
The continued proscription of the LTTE would mean that any member of the organisation attending peace talks would be risking arrest and at least 7 years of imprisonment.
Proscription is only one of many measures through which successive Sri Lankan governments have sought to limit political freedom.
www.tamilguardian.com /tg113/opinions.htm   (2012 words)

 LankaWeb News
Maheswaran’s statement is the first public statement of a UNP Minister of a definitive date of lifting of the proscription of the Tamil terrorist group..
The editorial of the Tamil Guardian said, " The proscription of the LTTE in 1998 was a corner stone of the former People’s Alliance government’s strategy to crush the LTTE and the Tamil Liberation struggle.
But Kadirgamar has very eloquently argued that foreign proscription was necessary to prevent the LTTE from collecting millions of dollars in Western countries and stop them from practicing rampant terrorism and human rights violations against Tamils, Moslems and the Sinhalese in Sri Lanka.
www.lankaweb.com /news/items02/090402-1.html   (611 words)

 Two camps in the greens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Other groups opposed proscription but agreed to consider a “sunset clause”, to give time for a green party to be established and be up and running before members of other parties were asked to choose whether to resign from their other party.
Proscription was set as the unchangeable first item, regardless of many delegates' protests that it was meaningless to discuss it in isolation.
It was apparent that virtual total proscription would be the only form accepted by those who participated in the teleconference; after a full day's argument, their only concession was a strict six-month sunset clause -- operating from August 17, not from whenever a party is actually formed.
www.greenleft.org.au /back/1991/25/25p10.htm   (2258 words)

 The Proscription Problematique - InfoLanka Forum
The proscription of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam and other simliar organisations ordinance was passed.
This phenomenon is proof enough that legal proscription by an oppressive regime cannot undermine a national liberation movement.
Thus it is obvious that a politically bankrupt PA and its cronies are trying to prop up the proscription issue for political oxygen.
www.infolanka.com /ubb/Forum1/HTML/006271.html   (3262 words)

 LankaWeb News
The traditional friends of the Tamil Tigers, the tiny Marumalarchy Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (MDMK) headed by the maverick politician, Vaiko Gopalasamy said though they liked the idea of lifting the proscription of the Tamil Tigers they have to abide by the majority decision of the coalition of parties of which the MDMK is a member.
The proposal to lift the proscription of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam was cold shouldered by the Tamil political parties in India after the rebel group and its political wing the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) called for it last week.
But political observers in Colombo said many sections of the government are adamant that such a lifting of the proscription should not be allowed before any progress is made in the process of peace.
www.lankaweb.com /news/items02/060102-1.html   (546 words)

 ASIO raids   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Second, it argued, 'proscription will be the starting point for the creation of a number of fundraising and other offences, especially fundraising for terrorism overseas'.
However, it was acknowledged that proscription could make intelligence gathering and law enforcement tasks more difficult, at least in part because it tends to put distance between law enforcement agencies and informants.
To the extent that the proscription provisions have a real purpose, I suspect it has more to do with enabling the government to seize assets, freeze bank accounts, and prevent donations to organisations which promote or practise terrorism (rather than to allow members of such organisations to be arrested and charged with membership).
www.ntu.edu.au /faculties/lba/schools/Law/apl/blog/stories/terrorism/36.htm   (1548 words)

 Legislation Against Terrorism - A consultation paper   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
It proposes that proscription for Irish terrorist organisations should be retained, and also considers the case for and against proscription, or comparable powers, for international and domestic terrorist groups.
First, he suggests that proscription, particularly if the powers were to be extended to include international terrorist groups, would facilitate the burden of proof in terrorist related cases.
The indications are that the proscription provisions have made life significantly more difficult for the organisations to which they have been applied.
www.archive.official-documents.co.uk /document/cm41/4178/chap-04.htm   (2294 words)

 The Proscription Problematique   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The proscription of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam and other similar organisations ordinance was passed.
Kumaratunga continued to play proscription politics when she tried to prevent opposition parties ganging up against her in parliament last year.
The main concern therefore should be for the country at large to stop making a fetish out of proscription and relax it to pave the way for peace talks.
www.sangam.org /ANALYSIS/Jeyaraj_01_27_02.htm   (3218 words)

 Nigeria Media Monitor
Justice Ayoola in May 28 1970 in his judgement held that the proscription edict was illegal as it contravened Section 25 of the 1963 Constitution which dealt with freedom of expression.
The proscription which was to last for six months was as a result of the publication of Cookey recommendations on the political bureau.
The News (Proscription and Prohibition from Circulation) Decree of 1993.
www.derechos.net /ijc/monitor/0328.html   (2659 words)

 Print news - IPS Inter Press Service
Proscription takes various forms and differs according to the jurisdiction, varying from complete bans that criminalise groups' members and supporters, to the freezing of assets of individuals suspected of supporting terrorism.
In the aftermath of 9/11, Statewatch says proscription has been ”embraced uncritically” by the international community despite the problems it poses for the application of human rights standards.
To date, hundreds of people around the world have been proscribed, and Statewatch says they often have no legal means to challenge the allegations against them or the legal basis for their proscription.
www.ipsnews.net /print.asp?idnews=29284   (644 words)

 AG Opinion - 7/30/85 -Social gambling on liquor-licensed premises
During the course of those hearings a question arose regarding the applicability of the social gambling exemption (and others) in the criminal code to the liquor code proscription of gambling on licensed premises.
1984), the court of appeals stated that "to ascertain whether (the liquor code proscription of gambling) had been violated, a ruling on what constitutes 'gambling' and 'gambling device' was necessary....
On balance, it appears that the stronger statutory construction principles require resolving the question in favor of the department applying the definition of gambling found in the criminal code in determining violations of the liquor code proscription of gambling.
www.ago.state.co.us /agopinions/ago8511.cfm   (802 words)

 The Acts Against Highland Dress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The rule of the Scottish lairds and their absolute control of the Clans had to be broken, and very soon.
The penalty for the owning or carrying of arms (weapons) under the new Act of Proscription was death.
The wearing of the kilt or tartan was also punishable unless worn by a soldier actually serving the crown.
www.tartans.com /articles/actshighland.html   (931 words)

The position prior to 2003 was that on finding a television service to be unacceptable the ITC may recommend a proscription order, they also have to satisfy themselves that trade for the service exists within Britain and that an order would prevent such trade.
Under the Communications Act 2003, the functions of the Independent Television Commission and of the Radio Authority under section 177 of the 1990 Act (proscription of foreign satellite services) are transferred to OFCOM (Office of.Communication).
Upon receiving such a notification, the Secretary of State may make a proscription order when she considers that to do so would be in the public interest and would be compatible with the UK's international obligations.
user.itl.net /~whitsco/amos2.htm   (701 words)

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> >"Once proscription of these organisations takes effect, it will be open to >any of the terrorist organisations concerned - or any person affected by >their proscription - to make an application to me as the Home Secretary, >for deproscription.
>"Proscription is an important power in the new Act - the UK has no >intention of becoming a base for terrorists and their supporters, nor to >see it flourish abroad, and we will take every legal action at our disposal >to prevent this." > > > > >NOTES FOR EDITORS > >1.
Should an application be >unsuccessful, the organisation or any person affected by their proscription >can then appeal to the Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission (POAC), >set up under section 5 and Schedule 3 of the Terrorism Act 2000.
www.sunnahonline.com /ilm/jihaad/ta0005.txt   (5636 words)

In relation to an organization proscription means putting that organization beyond the protection of the law; rejecting or denouncing it as dangerous.
First, I do not see how the proscription of the LTTE under British law can undermine the current peace process which is being conducted by the Norwegians.
Unless he were single-handed to re-write the definition of terrorism, he must simply accept the fact, whether he likes it or not, that under the two Conventions and the UK Act itself the LTTE is clearly a terrorist organization.
www.priu.gov.lk /news_update/features/20010122LTTE_proscribed_in_UK_Kadirgamar.htm   (2304 words)

 News  - 04th March 2001   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
It is immediately not clear whether such statements for negotiated peace settlements between other proscribed organisations and their respective governments have been called for by the British government with regard to 20 organisations listed in the draft order.
The LTTE is planning to contest through legal and political avenues the proscription imposed on it by the British government while continuing to co-operate fully with the on-going peace process facilitated by Norway.
The LTTE chief will thereafter decide upon the politico-legal course to be adopted in response to the ban on his organisation after discussing the issue with his senior military commanders and political leaders in the Northern mainland of the Wanni.
www.lanka.net /sundayleader/2001/Mar/04/news.html   (3116 words)

 Proscription of MKO as terrorist group justified, says UK minister
Proscription of MKO as terrorist group justified, says UK minister
London, Oct 23, IRNA -- The British government's proscription of the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MKO) as a terrorist group is fully justified, according to Minister for Trade Baroness Symons, who also spoke of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCR) as its front group.
The minister acknowledged that the British government does 'not ever support the death penalty' and said she accepted that executions were 'deplorable'.
www.payvand.com /news/02/oct/1088.html   (279 words)

 Terrorising the rule of law: the policy and practice of proscription
We should be clear about the effects of proscription: it can be devastating not only for individuals, but entire communities.
The Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CAMPACC) was formed in March 2001 in response to the banning of 21 organisations under the powers of proscription contained in section 3 of the UK Terrorism Act 2000.
The Campaign has brought together individuals and groups from communities which find themselves targeted by so-called ‘anti-terrorism’ legislation, lawyers, other human rights activists and increasingly members of the public who are concerned about the civil liberties implications of the so called ‘war on terror’.
www.williambowles.info /spysrus/sw_proscription.html   (734 words)

Britain's Deputy Opposition Leader Michael Ancram on a visit to Sri Lanka has reiterated the British Government's stand on proscription of the LTTE claiming that even if there is a change of government, proscription would be handled according to British laws.
Ancram who was in Jaffna last week pointed out that the proscription of the LTTE in Britain was a matter related to the laws of the country.
These comments were made after former Municipal Commissioner C B K Suragnanam suggested that the proscription on the LTTE be lifted as it was no longer a terrorist organization but one fighting for the freedom of the Tamils.
www.sundaytimes.lk /030907/news/3.htm   (649 words)

 Media Rights Agenda...Promoting and Protecting Press Freedom and Freedom of Expression in Nigeria
On some occasions, the government would subsequently publish a proscription decree purporting that the closure was done pursuant to the provisions of the decree.
Forced closure of a press facility or the proscription of a newspaper or magazine undoubtedly constitutes a prior restraint on the exercise of the right to free speech as well as post publication censorship, both of which are generally prohibited by international human rights instruments.
Since every Proscription Decree usually suspends the guarantees provided by the constitution and ousts the jurisdiction of the courts to inquire into their validity or the validity of any action undertaken in pursuance of their provisions, the courts have invariably declined jurisdiction over any suit challenging the proscription of any publication.
mediarightsagenda.org /mrabulletin.html   (3711 words)

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232.1(h)’s proscription against “soliciting … for commercial purposes” does not apply to us, because even if what we are doing could be deemed “soliciting” it is not being done for a commercial purpose.
232.1(h)(3)’s proscription against “leafleting, distributing literature, picketing and demonstrating” does not apply to us because that section limits the scope of this proscription to “lobbies and other interior areas of postal buildings.” As note above, our event will be staged on the exterior sidewalks.
232.1(5)(i)’s proscription against taking photographs without specific permission of the postmaster does not apply to us since that proscription applies only to photographs taken in “entrances, lobbies, foyers, corridors, or auditoriums.” Any photos or videos we may take will be shot outside.
www.lpva.com /Archives/Documents/TaxDayLegalMemo.doc   (718 words)

 Moffitt > Moffitt Researcher Finds "Prescription" Likely More Effective Than "Proscription" to Improve the ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Moffitt study, titled “Evaluation of Proscriptive Health Care Policy Implementation in Screening Mammography,” was recently published in the journal Radiology.
The study concludes that the best way to improve the quality of the interpretation given to screening mammograms in the United States is to improve the skills and tools of practicing radiologists.
In 2001, the National Cancer Institute awarded Moffitt the status of a Comprehensive Cancer Center in recognition of its excellence in research and contributions to clinical trials, prevention and cancer control.
www.moffitt.usf.edu /about_moffitt/press/press_releases/2003/20031223a.asp   (657 words)

 | OfcomWatch |: Proscription order avoidance
Ofcom and the Government will presumably now have to jump through another series of legal hoops in order to get Xstasi proscribed and you don't have to be Albert Einstein to figure out what's likely to happen after that...
It may be that we now simply have to accept that adults are allowed to make their own decisions over what they watch and that in some circumstances the regulatory role is at an end.
What is abundantly clear in either case is the urgent need to update all of the censorship laws and regulations to make them consistent, proportionate, and inline with life in the twenty first century.
www.ofcomwatch.co.uk /2005/03/proscription-order-avoidance   (483 words)

 De-proscription, legitimacy and equality - InfoLanka Forum
'Proscription' is not like a tap that can be turned 'on' and 'off' according to one's whims and fancies.
Thus, an expressed willingness [whether genuine or not] to enter into meaningful 'Talks' or even genuinely entering into such 'Talks' is not, and cannot be, a reason for de-proscription or the conferment of legitimacy upon the LTTE, so long as the reasons for its proscription remain.
The LTTE's objective to rob the country of a part of her sovereign territory and establish a separate state therein remains unchanged and constitutes the basis and/or essential reason for the existence of that criminal organization.
www.infolanka.com /ubb/Forum1/HTML/006321.html   (1082 words)

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