Progress was made not because of, but in spite of, deficient social protection.
Unemployment and deficient education are among the major obstacles to inclusion in society.
But the Commission is doing that under the present deficient and thus in my view inappropriate legislation.
You don't seem so fun-deficient to me.
This code has proved its usefulness but is deficient in two important areas.
In many of these countries the judicial system is still very poor and 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.
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.
The problem is the deficient coordination within the Council and also within the governments of the Member States.
There is both their deficient contribution to the UN and the insufficient development aid they have provided.
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.
In the past, there have been all too many tragic instances of deficient communications being the actual cause of grave calamities.
The Member States should hang their heads in shame for the fact that the supervision of compliance with legislation is so deficient.
Democracy needs control, and an entity as deficient in democracy as the Commission certainly does.
There is nothing to be said in favour of deficient self-confidence or of populist self-laceration, nor indeed of superciliousness or arrogance.
Mr President, the Commission's statement is the first step in drawing attention to the seriously deficient policy concerning waste management.
The Irish Ombudsman has described the scheme, as introduced by the Irish Government, as seriously deficient and grossly flawed.
Secondly, we are calling on you to be tougher and to make public any legal proceedings against governments who breach the deficient legislation that we have.
One clear example of a country that is deficient in this area is Sweden, which has experimented a great deal with state aid and so excluded healthy competition.
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