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Ejemplos de uso para "to gag on" en español
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EnglishAccording to reports, the NGOs concerned are unwilling to submit to the Government’s attempt to gag them.
EnglishIn this context, I refer in particular to the 'global gag rule', or Mexico City policy, as reinstated by President Bush.
EnglishIn trying to defend an untenable position the Commission has shamelessly sought to gag its own scientific advisers.
EnglishThis is quite clearly a gag on the free media in Belarus, on independent public opinion and on a nascent civil society.
EnglishThe recently passed law on extremism can easily be used to gag independent journalists and political opponents.
EnglishAccording to reports, the NGOs concerned are unwilling to submit to the Government’ s attempt to gag them.
EnglishThank you, Mr Borghezio; I think, or rather, I deduce from your decision to gag yourself that we have reached the end of your speech.
Englishto gag on sth
Englishto put a gag on sb
EnglishOne point which has not come up in this discussion is that neither Europol, the EU nor any other institution can gag the free press.
EnglishI hope that young Europeans will not have to gag the European Parliament or keep us mute, but that we can courageously defend our values and democracy.
English – Mr President, I do not want to prolong the proceedings, but you will have become aware that the cry of ‘Check 16’ has become a running gag in the House.
EnglishAll the evidence from the world's scientists tells us exactly that, even if the Bush Administration is lying to gag its own experts' contributions to the debate.
EnglishThat is also the case in Serbia and I would urge you to use your influence to stop the Serbian Government continuing to gag journalists, as it is now doing.
EnglishTherefore it is foolish, it is wrong and it is undemocratic to bind and to gag Members in this House in the way that our rapporteur, not surprisingly, seeks to do.
EnglishThe fight against so-called racism is being misused in order to gag Flanders' most significant opposition party and to nip in the bud any criticism of the failing integration policy.
EnglishThe fight against so-called racism is being misused in order to gag Flanders ' most significant opposition party and to nip in the bud any criticism of the failing integration policy.
EnglishNor will the banning of Islamic and regionalist parties, a total gag on Parliament and the laying down of conditions for winning over the nomenklatura offer any hope of improvement.