Greek presidency of the European Union, 1994 by P. C. Ioakimidis

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StatementP.C. Ioakimidis, Stelios Stavridis, Achilleas Mitsos.
SeriesCMS-occasional paper -- no.12
ContributionsStavridis, Stelios., Mitsos, Achilleas.
The Physical Object
Pagination35p. ;
Number of Pages35
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Open LibraryOL21289136M

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The second Greek Presidency came to an end in the impressive surroundings of the Knight’s Castle on Rhodes, where the necessary foundations were laid for adoption of the Community Social Charter. 1st January - 31st June It was a Presidency completely different from the two previous ones.

The Treaty of Maastricht establishing the European. The "Presidency Conferense", organised in Athens from 25 to 27 Novemberset as its primary objective to look for the shape of things to come in the first semester ofand for the direction that the Greek Presidency would take.

Tension was already apparent in the Conference, even before the formal start of the Greek Presidency. The text of the Communiqué of 31 March of the Greek Presidency on behalf of the European Union on the nuclear problem in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea is being brought to the attention of all Greek presidency of the European Union States of the International Atomic Energy Agency at the request of the Chargé d'Affaires a.i.

of the permanent Mission of Greece. The Greek presidency expresses its firm commitment to a new EMU architecture, able to absorb national economic shocks, and to safeguard the macroeconomic stability of the euro area.

With this purpose, it will promote a banking union with supervision and resolution mechanisms, as well as a deposit guarantee, at the EU level. At the Corfu Summit held on 24– 25 June efforts to enlarge the European Union with the accession of Austria, Finland and Sweden were completed with the signing of the respective Acts of Accession.

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Greece assumes the Presidency of the 1994 book Union on January 1sttaking over from Denmark1. With the green light for enlargement already delivered in Copenhagen, the Greek Presidency is one in which the normal “high” and “low” politics of EU policymaking will be.

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The President of the Hellenic Republic biography and works Read More. Presidency of the Hellenic Republic official website. THE PRESIDENTIAL GUARD. President of the Hellenic Republic. Parliament Information Centre logo GREEK PRESIDENCY OF THE EUROPEAN UNION Greece assumed the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1 January and will hold the position for six months until the end of June.

The six month Greek Presidency 1994 book be the final Presidency under the current European. From 1 January to 30 JuneGreece holds the six-month rotating Presidency of the European Union.

The Hellenic Presidency assumed its role during a significantly transitional phase of the EU, characterised by strong economic, political and social change. During the course of the Presidency, 71 pieces of legislation were concluded.

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The president is the nominal commander-in-chief of the Greek Armed Forces and occupies the first place in the country's order of gh the Greek Constitution of vested the presidency with considerable powers on paper, in practice presidents took a largely ceremonial role; the prime minister of Greece is the active chief executive of the Greek government and the country's.

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Role. Vice-Presidents are members of the Bureau and chair the plenary when the President is not in the chair. The President may also delegate any duty, task or power to one of the Vice-Presidents.

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Koliopoulos is Professor of Modern Greek History at the University of Thessaloniki. He has written widely on nineteenth and twentieth-century Greece, including Brigands with a Cause: Brigandage and Irredentism in Modern Greece, () and Plundered Loyalties ().

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Born ; law degree (); LL.M.; PhD; called to the Bar (); performed various tasks and functions in public authorities, principally in the Government Office for Legislation (Under-Secretary of State and Deputy Director, Head of Department for European and Comparative Law) and in the Office for European Affairs (Under-Secretary of State.

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