“Panel” in the news
|panel of judges|
Publications and example sentences
· George Floyd protesters target confederate monuments in numerous cities →
Democratic governor Roy Cooper had asked for the three Confederate monuments on the grounds of the Capitol to be moved to a nearby battlefield; a state historical panel voted in 2018 to keep the statues, but add context about slavery and civil rights.
· The Station: Amazon eyes Zoox, Aurora goes back to school and Cabana hits the road →
Using solar panels to power the charging station network also helps Vaya’s new EV program overcome some of challenges in Africa’s electricity grid.
· Finally there is real movement on Australia's climate policy but time isn’t on our side →
That’s a position accepted by both the International Energy Agency and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
· Meet the Press - May 31, 2020 →
The panel is next.
The New York Times
· Rage and Reaction on the Streets of New York →
On Sunday he praised the “restraint” of most officers but said he will appoint a civilian panel to identify any abusive or illegal acts by the police during the protests.
· Employers fear minimum wage rise amid predictions of budget deficits for next 19 years →
The review, due to be finalised this month, is usually updated each year on July 1 by an independent panel of experts on the basis of submissions from governments as well as social, industry and worker bodies, but the panel has raised the prospect any rise could be delayed this year.
The China Post
· Protesters in some cities target Confederate monuments →
Roy Cooper had asked for the three Confederate monuments on the grounds of the Capitol to be moved to a nearby battlefield; a state historical panel voted in 2018 to keep the statues, but add context about slavery and civil rights.
The Rio Times
· Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Exceed Six Million Worldwide →
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Novel coronavirus infections exceed six million worldwide, according to the latest update from the Johns Hopkins University curatorial panel in the United States.
· Rob Howley: Former Wales backs coach aims for return after betting ban →
An independent Welsh Rugby Union disciplinary panel found Howley made the bets over a four-year period, including some on Wales games that included first try scorers.
The Japan Times
· Japan’s new contact-tracing app: ‘security blanket’ or effective tool? →
Ironically, the consent requirement also means the app is “significantly at the mercy of users’ cooperation,” ultimately setting a high bar for widespread adoption, said Keio University law professor Tatsuhiko Yamamoto, who is on the panel tasked with scrutinizing the app.