By Claire Annesley
A Political and financial Dictionary of Western Europe is a useful consultant for these looking rationalization of phrases, or a brief reference resource. the diversity of entries is vast and encompasses the new heritage and financial system of every kingdom of the sector in addition to political events, geographical positive factors, widespread members, foreign companies and key companies. It offers over six hundred key definitions and provides an summary of the altering political dimensions of Western Europe and its kin with the eu Union.
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On 9 November 1989 the GDR regime agreed to introduce new travel regulations and this policy was announced at a press conference by the East German politician Günter Schabowski. When asked by an Italian journalist when the regulations for ‘permanent emigration’ come into force, Schabowski hesitated and, finding no answer in his brief, replied spontaneously that they did so immediately. The press conference was reported on West German news ‘Tagesthemen’ to which East German citizens had access. On hearing that the borders were open, GDR citizens descended en masse to the border checkpoints which were then opened by guards.
A mediation committee (Vermittlungsausschuss) comprising 16 members of the Bundesrat and 16 members of the Bundestag is convened where disagreement exists between the two houses of the German parliament. de/ Bundestag Federal Assembly The Bundestag (Federal Assembly) is the lower house of the bicameral legislature in Germany and has been located since 1999 in the refurbished Reichstag building in Berlin. It has a basic membership of 598 parliamentarians who are directly elected for a fouryear term.
The Bundestag shares legislative powers with the Bundesrat. It has sole responsibility to elect the Federal Chancellor and can also remove a Chancellor through a constructive vote of no confidence. This requires the Bundestag to propose an alternative Chancellor at the same time as the old one is being removed. This procedure was used once (unsuccessfully) in 1972 and once (successfully) in 1982. de/ Bundesverband der deutschen Industrie— see Confederation of German Industry Bundesvereinigung der deutschen Arbeitgeberverbände—see Confederation of German Employers’ Associations Bundesverfassungsgericht—see Federal Constitutional Court, Germany Bündnis 90/Die Grünen—see Alliance 90/The Greens, Germany C Camera dei Deputati Chamber of Deputies The Camera dei Deputati (Chamber of Deputies) is the lower house of the bicameral legislature of Italy.
A Political and Economic Dictionary of Western Europe (Political and Economic Dictionaries) by Claire Annesley