Examples of using Puede Ser Ambiguo in a sentence and their translations
But the conditionality may be ambiguous, since it is often the people who have to pay the price, and are
thus doubly penalized: by the stopping of aid and by the arbitrary practices of the authorities.
Governance institutions such as the independent elections commission and the legislature required furthersupport to be more effective in their oversight functions, the judiciary was weak and sometimes separation of powers was ambiguous.
Specialized external interventions are necessary to ensure mediation and dialogue between the stakeholders,to the extent that the position of the municipality can be ambiguous in this context, as it simultaneously participates in the
social dialogue regardless of its management, decision-making and representation authority, while also being an operator.
Nevertheless the notion of"significant damage" might be ambiguous; the explanation in paragraph(1) of the commentary to draft principle 2 that
the term"significant" was designed to prevent"frivolous or vexatious claims" suggested a relatively low threshold.
Even though economic methods help focus the attention of judges on the connection between the economic theory of a case and the evidence presented,sometimes the economic assumptions do no guarantee precision or may be ambiguous, and economic estimates may not be sufficiently precise for
some courts to accept them as evidence.
In response to a concern that article 6 might be ambiguous in relation to whether disputing parties could agree to
close hearings, it was clarified that the principle set forth in paragraph(1) was that hearings were public, subject only to paragraphs(2) and(3) of article 6.
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