By Michael T. Newton
This booklet presents a special and finished consultant to Spain's political and monetary associations. The authors express how those have developed over the last decade to mirror the expanding regionalization of public existence and real integration of the rustic into ecu Union associations. knowledgeable remark on the finish of every bankruptcy balances certain descriptions of the associations involved, and cautious cross-referencing guarantees an figuring out of the major hyperlinks between enterprises. this is often an elevated, revised and fully-updated version of the authors' e-book Spain: A consultant to Political and financial associations, (CUP 1987).
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2). During the sixteen months of its gestation, it passed through an unprecedented number of committees and, in the course of its approval, over one thousand amendments were tabled; no previous constitution had been subjected to such searching scrutiny. The 1978 Constitution started life in the Committee of Constitutional Affairs and Public Liberties (Comision de Asuntos Constitucionalesy Libertades Publicas) con- sisting of thirty-six members of the Congress drawn from the major parties represented in Parliament in proportion to their strength in the Lower House.
This group, which also includes all private sector enterprises whether in the commercial, industrial, financial or service sectors, is covered in chapters 10-13. Chapter 15, devoted to Spain's integration into the complex network of EU institutions, constitutes something of an exception in that it examines a wide range of bodies both in Spain and Europe related to European affairs, both official and unofficial. 3 lists the whole range of official and unofficial institutions studied in this volume.
Both in its positive and negative features, the 1931 Constitution proved to be an example and a starting point for the constitution drafters of 1978 who, after a forty-year interruption, embarked on the task of providing Spain with a new framework for democracy. 2 Spain, 1939-59 Following his victory in the Civil War of 1936-39, General Franco set about demolishing the progressive political structure and the institutions established under the ill-fated Second Republic, replacing them with structures that reflected his own authoritarian instincts.