"disrepute" en español
It is about slaughtering mere calves, and this has rightly fallen into disrepute.
It will bring the OSCE into disrepute, a state of affairs not desired by this House.
This issue has set people talking about Parliament; it must not bring us into disrepute.
Inaccurate and uncontrolled declarations are useless and bring the whole system into disrepute.
But the deplorable errors that have now been uncovered must not bring the entire institution into disrepute.
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That is the real problem and it is increasingly bringing us into disrepute.
This exercise brought into some disrepute the precautionary principle.
If it is not possible to measure, then the rule on labelling will be brought into disrepute.
Many of us believe it brings that agreement into disrepute and that it is now null and void.
Mrs Lynne is right to say that we risk bringing the EU into disrepute.
I think this House brings itself into disrepute by working in this way and I deeply regret it.
This would also guard against one incident throwing the entire cattle feed sector into disrepute.
It is a fact that fraud, wastage and mismanagement in particular are bringing the European ideal into disrepute.
But that has nothing to do with guilty silences which frustrate justice and bring democracy into disrepute.
This brings the European Union into disrepute.
This document brought Parliament into disrepute.
It brings the Commission and the European project into disrepute with citizens who are otherwise not Eurosceptic at all.
These inferior products on the market are cheating consumers and bringing herbal medicines into disrepute.
This situation cannot continue, because it will bring the European Union into more and more disrepute.
There is an obvious danger of applying it too widely because it brings the European Union approach into disrepute.
Madam President, I hope we are now moving away from the matter discussed at the last two sittings which brought Parliament into disrepute.
Not only would it have brought the EU into disrepute again, it would also have been a nightmare for employers and workers alike.
So there is a possibility that states which do not respect human rights may continue to operate within the Council, bringing it into disrepute.
The report states that unwarranted delays in the payment of grants hamper the implementation of programmes and bring Community institutions into disrepute.
The single market is fundamental to the very existence of the European Union and the illegal action by France throws the whole single market into disrepute.
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