"rigidly" Spanish translation
That is why the Committee on the Environment wanted to phase in the precautionary principle rather than apply it rigidly, as I said.
The more liberalised an economy is, the more necessary it becomes to rigidly regulate the financial markets.
Too many times our secondary structures, to which we are rigidly attached, destroy our fundamental structure of love.
Far from sticking rigidly to principles and to ideological points of view, everything should be subordinated to the great goal of the war on poverty.
That is why I see the need for a common immigration policy: a restrictive policy applying rigidly the principle of Community preference.
Two buses or one articulated bus are more expensive than one long, rigid bus.
Germany is an example of what happens if a rigid labour market is not reformed.
Firstly, the existing EU own resources system has a very rigid framework.
We have adopted a flexible, coordinating approach rather than a rigid, centralising one.
As a model, it is flexible and far from rigid, and so it deserves to be extended.
I would therefore like us to have a somewhat less rigid view of this state aid.
The report adopts a rigid stance on changes to the Charter's horizontal clauses.
Mr President, I also want to address a rigid Commission policy.
We accept Amendment No 14, but with a less rigid wording, and Amendment No 16 only partially.
Anyone, therefore, who says that this organisation is rigid does not know what they are talking about.
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Usage examples for "rigidly" in Spanish
Thus, for Objective 1 the 75 % threshold of per capita GDP must be adhered to rigidly.
We have to keep rigidly to the Agenda 2000 timetable for debate.
I am not looking for such rigidly high recycling quotas when it comes to special-purpose vehicles either.
We will be pursuing that as rigidly as possible as well.
We must not stick rigidly to an event, and then find that we do not have time to resolve the institutional problems.
In fact, Mr President, the Charter runs the risk of being rigidly imposed on national democracies, which we consider to be very dangerous.
That is why I wish to restate that the principle of levying taxes on the wages of frontier workers in their country of employment must be rigidly enforced.
Earmarking, under the terms of the annex I mentioned, would, if applied rigidly, hamper these regions by preventing them, in particular, from funding vital transport infrastructure.
This report should serve as a warning to all - including the Union - as regards the likely effects of sticking rigidly to the present structural and agricultural policies, for example.
The Turkish powers are keeping rigidly to a way of thinking which not only harms the direct victims of oppression but also Turkish society as a whole and the image of the country abroad.
I therefore think that it is through examples such as this that Europe should show that it is not rigidly set in a framework that does not recognise real concerns.
Applying these restrictions rigidly to workers in the tourist industry and the agricultural sector, with their extreme seasonal fluctuations, will simply drive people into the black economy.
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