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bring (something) into effect

To cause (something) to apply, begin operating, or take effect; to begin implementing or enforcing (something). The new government has vowed to bring several policies into effect, aimed at helping struggling citizens get by. The new law will be brought into effect on the first of January.
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They assured hujjaj to remove their anomalies on priority but no improvement was brought into effect so far.
NNA - Caretaker Minister of Interior, Nohad Mashnouq, on Monday announced that the naturalization decree will be brought into effect after the necessary security and background checks for the concerned individuals is complete.
Habib is also the in-charge of the state warehouse and due to his abrupt transfers, the handing over the warehouse which currently houses seized goods could not be brought into effect. Despite several notices, the director general and the subordinate officers had enabled the handing over of the warehouse which is also hampering the delivery of goods to successful bidders as some of the goods have already been auctioned.
The company is also seeking a mandamus order to instruct the Home Ministry to revoke the Act's gazette, brought into effect on April 11.
However, in the present case, since such amendment has been brought into effect under section 18 (ibid) on January 18, after the announcement of Election Schedule on August 26, 2015, therefore, such amendment is of no legal effect, and as per the Sindh Act No.XXXVIII of 2015, the ensuing elections for these posts will be held through secret ballot.
be brought into effect by the appellant immediately.
embassy in London seemed to know if the new law was brought into effect.
According to a top Delhi Traffic Police officer, `100 fine will not work if the new proposal is brought into effect as most of the cars owners will willingly pay the amount to use their private vehicles on a daily basis.
On 16 May, a court ruling brought into effect a ban on Ultras fan groups, and ordered that they should be dissolved.
The proposal is up for approval by members of West Midlands Fire and Rescue Authority on Monday April 1 and could be brought into effect from April 1.
RTA website "I usually check the RTA websites to look for any newly-implemented rules in Dubai, or any that are likely to be brought into effect," stated Khalfan, adding that he usually travelled two or three times a week to Dubai.
Jordan's official stressed that the two-state solution must be brought into effect immediately through serious negotiations, with a timetable for the implementation and a resolution to end practices that hamper the peace process.
According to cybercrime regulations brought into effect seven years ago, cybercrime perpetrators can be imprisoned for anywhere between one and 10 years and incur a fine of between SR500,000 and SR5 million, the paper said.