Progress was made not because of, but in spite of, deficient social protection.
Access to information today seems unrestricted and at the same time deficient.
iv. a still highly deficient legislative framework for the integrated management of radioactive waste;
Unemployment and deficient education are among the major obstacles to inclusion in society.
There are a large number of cases of deficient transposal.
This code has proved its usefulness but is deficient in two important areas.
The situation is also evidence of the European Union's deficient energy policy.
Some of these are often deficient and unsatisfactory from a legal perspective.
But when they give by measure or weight, they are deficient.
Over the past few months, much has been said about the European Union's deficient military capacity.
Personally, I think the report is also deficient of vision.
I should like to draw attention to one area that I feel is rather deficient, the area of social policy.
We in Europe are deficient where training is concerned.
But keep the measure strictly (with justice or equity) nor fall short of it (or be deficient in measuring).
Secondly, the resolution is deficient when it recommends general energy taxes and carbon dioxide taxes.
There is a slight moral overtone in the report, suggesting that single parent families are somehow deficient.
Entrepreneurship and adaptability are still judged to be deficient.
The problem is the deficient coordination within the Council and also within the governments of the Member States.
I further ask them to name publicly those Member States that have deficient legislation in this respect.
There is both their deficient contribution to the UN and the insufficient development aid they have provided.
If cotton production continues to decline at all levels, the EU is going to be deficient in everything.
Mr President, the Commission's proposal on cocoa which we are discussing today is clearly deficient on a number of points.
On one point, however, the proposal is deficient, and that is in relation to the decision-making centres.
So, there is no legal basis; I do not believe there is any political will either, or, if there is, it is at least deficient.
We therefore have EUR 8 billion available on the one hand, and 30 million particularly deficient houses on the other.
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