By Issam K. H. Halayqa
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For the peace, order and good government of that State'. In 1986, a New South Wales law purported to confer executive power to deregister a named State trade union. Deregistration deprives the union of status under the industrial arbitration laws. A challenge to the deregistration was dismissed by a single judge of the Supreme Court of New 4° Fraser v State Services Commission [ 1984] 1 New Zealand Law Reports 116, 121; Taylor v New Zealand Poultry Board  1 New Zealand Law Reports 394, 398; New Zealand Drivers' Association v New Zealand Road Carriers  1 New Zealand Law Reports 374, 390.
The European Convention, on the other hand, prescribes express and varying limitations to many of the rights granted. For example, freedom of thought, conscience, and religion (article 9) can be limited by law in so far as the limitation is necessary in a democratic society in the interests of 'public safety, the protection of public order, health or morals, or for the protection of the rights and freedoms of others'. On the other 56 INDIVIDUAL AND DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS hand, the right of freedom of expression (article 10) is subject to the same limitations and, in addition, to those that are necessary in the interests of 'national security', 'territorial integrity', 'the prevention of disorder or crime', the protection of'reputation', 'preventing the disclosure of information received in confidence', and 'maintaining the authority and impartiality of the judiciary'.
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A Comparative Lexicon of Ugaritic and Canaanite (Alter Orient Und Altes Testament) P. 2 by Issam K. H. Halayqa