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Catalan,spanish and european institutions

  1. 1. VOCABULARY ENGLISH CATALAN ENGLISH CATALAN Autonomous Comunitats Composed Composats communities Autònomes Statute of Autonomy Estatut d’autonomia Borders Fronteres Own Propi Law Llei Anthem Imne Shield Escut Issues Temes Citizens Ciutadans Elected Escollits Held Celebrar Deputies Diputats Political parties Partits polítics Budged Pressupost Spent Gastar Minister Ministre Minstry Ministery Apply Aplicar Manage Gestionar Provinces Províncies Courts Tribunal de Justícia Head of the State President Heir Hereu Drawing up Elaborar Chambers Cambres Chambers of Deputies Cambra de Diputats The Senate El Senat Directing Dirigir Judges Jutges Cortes Les Corts Espanyoles Side Costat
  2. 2. VOCABULARYShare Compartir Rules NormesField Camps/Àrees Currency MonedaAmong others Entre alters Several BastantsFight Lluita Consumers ConsumidorsPrevent Prevenir Improve MillorarTreaty Tractat Founded FundatJoined Unit Lyrics LLetra cançóOde to Joy Oda a l’Alegria Foreign policy Polítiques exteriorsCovered Tractats Layers Advocats
  3. 3. 1. THE CATALAN INSTITUTIONSCatalonia has got fourty The regions are agrouped one regions in four provinces. The capital is Barcelona
  4. 4. 1. THE CATALAN INSTITUTIONSa. The STATUTE OF AUTONOMY is the most important law. It defines: The NAME of the country, CATALUNYA. The borders of the land and its capital. The official languages. CATALAN and SPANISH. The symbols: FLAG, SHIELD, NATIONAL DAY, ANTHE
  5. 5. The borders of the land and its capital The borders: North: France South: Valencia East: Mediterranean Sea West: Arago
  6. 6. The symbolsThe Flag The shield The National dayThe Anthem
  7. 7. 1. THE CATALAN INSTITUTIONSb. CATALONIA PARLIAMENT It’s the institution that represents the citizens of Catalonia. It’s composed of 135 deputies from different political parties.
  8. 8. 1. THE CATALAN INSTITUTIONSFunctions:Prepare the lawsElect the president of the GovernmentApprove the annual budged
  9. 9. 1. THE CATALAN INSTITUTIONSc. PRESIDENT OF GENERALITYThe members of the parliament elect the president.Functions Represent the citizens Choose the different ministers
  10. 10. 1. THE CATALAN INSTITUTIONSMembers of the Catalan government1. President2. Vice President3. Ministers Economy, Education, Healthy, Interior, Public works, Culture, Agriculture, Justice, Company, Social WalfareFunctionsApply the lawsDecide how they manage the different areas such as Education, Economy Health,...
  11. 11. 2. SPANISH TERRITORIAL ORGANIZATION a. SPANISH TERRITORY Spain is situated in the northern hemisphere. It’s in the south-west of Europe
  12. 12. 2. SPANISH TERRITORIAL ORGANIZATIONThe territory is formed by the majority of the Iberian Peninsula.The Canary IslandsThe Balearic IslandsThe cities of Ceuta and Melilla
  13. 13. 2. SPANISH TERRITORIAL ORGANIZATION Cantabric Oceanb. LIMITS OF SPAIN France AndorraAt the North: France, Andorra and the Cantabric OceanAt the East: Mediterranean SeaAt the South: Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean Mediterranean SeaAt the west: Portugal and Atlantic Ocean Atlantic Ocean Mediterranean Sea
  14. 14. 2. SPANISH TERRITORIAL ORGANIZATIONc. HOW SPANISH TERRITORY IS ORGANIZEDThere are 17 community autonomousThere are 2 autonomous citiesEach autonomous community has its own Parliament and Government
  15. 15. 3. SPANISH INSTITUTIONSSpanish constitutionHead of the StateThe General CortesThe GovernmentThe Court The Supreme Court The Constitutionl Court
  16. 16. 3. SPANISH INSTITUTIONSa. SPANISH CONSTITUTION1. Spanish Constitution was approved in 1978.2. All laws approved in the Parliament should be in accordance with the Constitution3. The Constitution includes aspects like: 1. The rights and duties of Spanish citizens 2. The shape of the country. 3. Monarchy 4. The organization of the institutions.
  17. 17. 3. SPANISH INSTITUTIONSb. HEAD OF THE STATEThe Head of the State is the King. In Spain there is a monarchy.The king accepts the decisions of the General Cortes.Functions: Represent Spain in other countries
  18. 18. 3. SPANISH INSTITUTIONSc. THE GENERAL CORTESIt’s composed of two chambres:The Chamber of Deputies: writes Spanish lawsThe Senate: The Senate affirms if these laws can be approved.
  19. 19. 3. SPANISH INSTITUTIONSd. THE GOVERNMENTThe government directs de StateIt decides the economic, social, political and international relationsThe President is elected by the deputiesThe ministers are chosen by the president.
  20. 20. 3. SPANISH INSTITUTIONSe. THE COURTIt improve the lawsIt accuse those who don’t obey the laws.THE SUPREME COURTIt confirms and annuls the decisions of the lower courts.THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURTIt determines if Spanish laws agrees with the Constitution

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