3 edition of Estatut dautonomia de Catalunya found in the catalog.
Publicacions del Parlament de Catalunya.
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|Pagination||xvi, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
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Reinforce of the powers of the. On 18 June 2006, a amending the to further expand the authority of the Generalitat de Catalunya, Catalonia's government, was approved, and became effective on 9 August 2006. The is the institution in which the self-government of Catalonia is politically organised.
ERC voted against it, despite its senior members having had a hand in drafting its content, as a result of the internal tensions within the party which this issue had brought to the surface. Possibility of creation of delegations of the Generalitat abroad.El Mundo, 19 June 2006.
Catalonia first obtained aduring the. Catalonia is defined as a nation in the preamble of the text, while in the Article 1 the definition remained as a "nationality", like in the 1979 Statute. By a 6 to 4 majority, the Court's justices rewrote 14 articles and dictated the interpretation for 27 more, mainly those relating to language, justice and fiscal policy.
On the opposite side, Catalan nationalists, such asERCorthink that the Statute Estatut dautonomia de Catalunya not give Catalonia sufficient self-government after it was modified by the. Legal challenge and the Catalans' response [ ] The Statute has been legally contested by the surrounding of Aragon, Balearic Islands, and the Valencian Community, as well as by the then the main opposition party at the Spanish Parliament.
It also abolished all the mechanisms that had been put in place to minimize the distortionary effects of the existing Spanish tax and transfer system.
They quote the unprecedentedly high in the as a symptom of those cited sectors being out of sync with the populace at large. Transportation that circulates entirely through Catalan territory• During periods of his rule, public usage of the Catalan language and culture, and more specifically, Catalan self-government were harshly suppressed. The legitimacy of the decision has been widely questioned in Catalonia: the term of three of the twelve members of the Court had already expired when a decision had been made; a fourth member had died and the Spanish Parliament had not appointed any successor.
8 July 2008 at theGeneralitat of Catalonia• Extension of powers in matter of financing:• The objections are based on various topics such as disputed but, especially, on the Statute's alleged breaches of the "solidarity between regions" principle in fiscal and educational matters enshrined by the.
Catalonia has its own police Estatut dautonomia de Catalunya, thealthough the Spanish government keep agents in the region for matters relating to border control, terrorism and immigration. In the opinion of the Spanish Government this has a 'declaratory' but not a 'legal' value, since the Spanish Constitution recognises the indissoluble "unity of the Spanish Nation". History [ ] In 1919, a first was started by the Estatut dautonomia de Catalunya it was rejected by Spanish.
Differences with the Statute of 1979 [ ] The Statute of Autonomy of 2006 tried to consolidate and extend the self-government established by the Statute approved in 1979, most notably:•
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The Statute of Autonomy gives the Generalitat of Catalonia the powers that enable it to carry out the functions of self-government.
The , , decided that Sunday 18 June would be the date on which the text would be put to the in the form of a.