POAC

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AcronymDefinition
POACParents of Autistic Children
POACPre-Operative Assessment Clinic (healthcare)
POACProscribed Organisations Appeal Commission (UK)
POACInternational Conference on Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions
POACPrinciple of Atom Conservation (chemistry)
POACPony of the Americas Club
POACProject for the Old American Century
POACPend Oreille Arts Council
POACProfessional Outplacement Assistance Center (Maryland)
POACPrimary Options for Acute Care
POACPentagon Officer's Athletic Club
POACPrograms in Atmospheres, Oceans, and Climate
POACProgrammable Optical Analogic Array Computer
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"The ISYF was proscribed in March 2001, and lodged an application for de-proscription and an appeal to the Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission (POAC) last year.
However, regarding the decision from December 2007, the CFI refers to the decision taken one month earlier by a British authority, the Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission (POAC), ordering the home secretary to withdraw the Mujahedin from its list of organisations banned in the United Kingdom.
On November 30, 2007, following an appeal by 35 cross-party MPs and Peers, the UK's Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission ruled that the Government's continued ban on the PMOI is 'flawed' and 'perverse'.
Its supporters scored a major victory last November when the UK's Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission described the listing as "perverse".
As supporters gathered in central London to celebrate the Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission (POAC) decision, lawyer Stephen Grosz said: "This judgment is about as emphatic a condemnation that a court could give to a Government.
Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission (Procedure)(Amendment) Rules.