European union and romania
The European Union and Romania - In my opinion, the EU represents a functional system of belives, freedom, real changes of ideas, democracy, stability and prosperity, all created for a european world “without frontieres”, in wich the diplomatic relationships between states and individuals are in the present and will become in the future, the main key for a developed european society.
Thinking from another point of view and also focusing on the society from a more particular image, precisly refering to individuals and social or personal activities or actions, the EU reflects itself in economy, in culture, in education and in other socialfields, but also the EU involves the mutual respect of the ethical, civil and juridical rights and obligation. Concerning culture and education, EU tries to preserve the specific and the tradition of each member state. Being part of EU doesn’t mean losing your national identity, like some of the people less informed concerning this mather belive ...
The European Union is based on the rule of law and democracy. It is neither a new State replacing existing ones nor is it comparable to other international organisations. Its Member States delegate sovereignty to common institutions representing the interests of the Union as a whole on questions of joint interest. All decisions and procedures are derived from the basic treaties ratified by the Member States.
All three of these organizations/treaties were essential to forming what is today called the European Union. The European Union/European Monetary System failed for three basic reasons in the early 1990’s. First of all, it failed because it was inefficient due to the low-inflation system and the recession in that time period. The recession elaborated on the conflicts between the member countries of the European Union. Second, it is not sufficiently competitive at the current rate of exchange. Third, the real interest rate of the world would need to decline drastically in order for the EU to work. Also in the early 1990’s there were “smaller expectations of devaluations”. The current European Union has been a result of recent treaties. The first treaty that was signed in February 1992 helped the unification of Europe be that much closer.
In each host nation gypsies appear to take on the religion, names and language of their hosts, but within the Rom they maintain their Rom language, names, music, customs and Indian looks. This tight community has meant that after some six hundred years there is still a large population of gypsies not integrated or assimilated with Romanians.
From the time of their arrival in Romania Gypsies were the slaves of the landowners, only to be emancipated in 1851. While in Romania some of the Gypsies took to speaking a version of Romanian called Bayesh which can be heard in some of the songs of Gypsy groups recorded in Hungary.
Europe Unification isn’t an artificial work, made only by technocrats; it is the fruit of a political decision which is supported by long intellectual, moral and spiritual traditions.
In 1950, May the 9th, Robert Schuman, the French Minister of the Foreign Affairs announced that France proposes the creation of a Coal and Steel European Community (CECO). Later, this announcement were called “Schuman Declaration”, and it was the fundamental stone of a European construction.
The Declaration is based on four key elements and which represent the essence of European construction:
The guarantee of a political peace and of economical reconstructions.
Common actions of France and Germany; historical reconciliation.
The guarantee of cooperation between European countries.
The interests unification of European people.
The first principle refferes to the importance of the common institutions and of the rulers which govern them for the guarantee of political peace and economical reconstruction.
Before World War II, the Romanian economy was primarily agricultural. In 1948 the Communist government came to power and took control of nearly all aspects of the economy. Through a series of five-year plans, the Communists transformed Romania into an industrial nation. The economy grew considerably during the first part of the Communist period, but by the 1980s it had slid into decline, and shortages of consumer goods and degradation of the environment had become widespread. After the Communist government was overthrown in 1989, the Romanian economy virtually collapsed. Although dominated by former Communists, the new government began taking steps to reform the economy in the early 1990s. These steps included devaluing the national currency, removing government subsidies on most consumer goods, and converting some state-owned companies to private ownership.
The Romanian economy declined considerably in the early 1990s. After several years of decline, the gross domestic product (GDP) ...
Robin Hood and the Black Cloak - In the years of King Richard the Lionheart (1189-1199) there lived a brave and intelligent man called Robin Hood. He was a feared outlaw, who loved liberty and hated oppression. He took the law into his own hands and robbed the rich to give to the poor. Robin Hood and the Black Cloak
Robin Hood was having dinner with his friends in Sherwood Forest when he heard the bad news. He thought of a plan to rescue his friend. ‘We are on the Sheriff’s back list. He will have no mercy for Will. We must save him before it is too late’. Early the next morning he started out for Nottingham together with his youngest and strongest men. They all wore long coats over their green clothes. Under their coats they carried swords or bows and arrows.
Vlad the Impaler (Vlad Tepes in Romanian) was descended from Basarab the Great, a fourteenth-century prince who is credited with having founded the state of Wallachia, part of present-day Romania. The most famous of the early Basarabs was Vlad's grandfather, Mircea cel Batrin (Mircea the Old). As Wallachian "voivode" (a word of Slavic origin, used in Romania for the leader of a principality, a war-lord, or a supreme chief), Mircea was prominent for his struggles against the Ottoman Empire and his attempts to exclude permanent Turkish settlement on Wallachian lands.
Approximately one quarter of regular Internet users (more than 5 hours per week), I feel like sentient decreased time spent with family, friends and fun.More than a quarter of those who use Internet at work, says the number of hours worked at home, the internet has increased, without this mean reducing the number of hours worked to work.
CRT monitor LCD monitor
In simple terms, the monitor, sometimes also called a CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) after the main technology used in making them, is a specialized, high-resolution screen, similar to a high-quality television. Many times per second, your video card sends the contents of its video memory out to your monitor. The screen is made up of a matrix of red, green and blue dots. The information your video card sends controls which dots are lit up and how bright they are, which determines the picture you see.
Your monitor is the component that displays the visual output from your computer as generated by the video card. It is different from most of the other components of the PC due to its passive nature; it isn't responsible for doing any real computing, but rather for showing the results of computing. In this way, the monitor is in many respects more similar to your printer than to anything else in the PC, although of course ...
Because of radio and television's capacity to reach and influence large numbers of people, and owing to the limited spectrum of frequencies available, governments have commonly regulated broadcasting wherever it has been practiced.
Europa a rămas însă profund divizată şi afectată în mod deosebit de cele două războaie mondiale, care au izbucnit pe acest continent. După primul război mondial, ideile şi preocupările pentru o Europă unită au fost frecvent evocate. Adunarea Societăţii Naţiunilor a adoptat, de exemplu, la 17 septembrie 1930, o rezoluţie care hotăra crearea comisiei de studiu pentru Uniunea Europeană.
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60km – granita fluviala de-a lungul Tisei
Uniunea Europeana este o organizatie a tarilor europene dedicata cresterii integrarii economice si intarirea cooperarii inre state. Uniunea Europeana are sediul in Bruxelles, Belgia.
Uniunea Europeana a fost infintata oficial la 1 noiembrie 1993. Este cea mai recenta organizatie de cooperare europeana care a inceput cu Comunitatea Europeana de Carbune si Otel din 1951 care a devenit Comunitatea Europeana in 1967. Membrii acestei organizatii au fost: Belgia, Marea Britanie, Danemarca, Franta, Germania, Grecia, Irlanda, Italia, Luxembourg, Olanda, Portugalia si Spania. In 1991 guvernele celor 12 state membre au semnat Tratatul Uniunii Europene (care a mai fost numit si Tratatul Maastricht). Acesta a transformat Comunitatea Europeana in Uniunea Europeana.In 1994 Austria, Suedia si Finlanda au intrat ...
Integrarea Romaniei in structurile economice europene
Conditiile proprii Romaniei in lumea de azi o determina sa faca din integrarea in structurile europene obiectivul fundamental al relatiilor sale externe, intrucat aceasta este singura cale pentru a-si asigura stabilitatea si integritatea nationala.Integrarea Romaniei in structurile economice europene
- 2000, 15 ianuarie: Sesiunea inaugurală a Conferinţei ministeriale interguvernamentale pentru negocieri de aderare cu Malta, România, Slovacia, Letonia, Lituania şi Bulgaria are loc la Bruxelles, Belgia
Uniunea Europeana - obiective - etapele integrarii - tratatele - institutiile si acquis-ul comunitar
In Comunitate drepturile de vama au fost suprimate progresiv intre 1957 si 1968.Dezavantajul este ca intr-o asemenea zona exista fenomenul deturnarii traficului de marfuri pentru ca anumite produse originare din tari terte nu fac decat sa tranziteze prin tarile zonei care practica slabe drepturi de vama, pentru a profita de regimul de taxare la frontiera cel mai favorabil.Pentru a evita aceste deturnari de trafic a fost necesara trecerea la stadiul urmator al integrarii: Uniunea vamala.
Ombudsmanul poate fi definit ca autoritatea numită de Parlament şi răspunzător faţă de acesta, căruia i se conferă prin Constituţie sau printr-o lege specială dreptul de a soluţiona plângerile ce i se adresează de către cetăţenii care pretind că organele executive le-au încălcat sau nesocotit drepturile recunoscute la nivel constituţional.
Urmând modelul suedez Finlanda a creat postul de Ombudsman Parlamentar în 1919.
Prin urmare instituţia Ombudmanului din Finlanda a fost a doua înfiinţată din lume.
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