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DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS
IN SPAIN
In Spain the local government body is called "town
hall“ and it’s usually chaired by a mayor, which holds
the presidency o...
In legal sense , in Spain , commonwealth refers to the free
association of municipalities. Is considered a priority to gen...
One of the fundamental functions of the councils
is to collaborate in the management of municipal
activity.
The county cou...
In Spain it referred to
as an articulation of the
legislature in each
region . Today it is used
in Spain to designate a
co...
Is the legislature of Spain. It is
a bicameral parliament,
composed of the Congress of
Deputies and the Senate. The
Cortes...
Democratic Institutions in Spain
Democratic Institutions in Spain
Democratic Institutions in Spain
Democratic Institutions in Spain
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Democratic Institutions in Spain

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Erasmus+KA2 Young Voices in the European Democracies. 2014-17

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Democratic Institutions in Spain

  1. 1. DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS IN SPAIN
  2. 2. In Spain the local government body is called "town hall“ and it’s usually chaired by a mayor, which holds the presidency of the local administration and the municipal council. In some cases the councils of small towns are governed by some kind of assembly system, which in Spain is called open council.
  3. 3. In legal sense , in Spain , commonwealth refers to the free association of municipalities. Is considered a priority to generate a permanent debate on the problems of these local entities, the counties and metropolitan providing proposals and initiatives that contribute to responding to the needs of Spanish municipalities.
  4. 4. One of the fundamental functions of the councils is to collaborate in the management of municipal activity. The county councils are indirectly elected bodies. They are territorial in nature and it’s function is to manage the economic and administrative interests of the provinces .
  5. 5. In Spain it referred to as an articulation of the legislature in each region . Today it is used in Spain to designate a county council, government and autonomous administration of a province.
  6. 6. Is the legislature of Spain. It is a bicameral parliament, composed of the Congress of Deputies and the Senate. The Cortes has power to enact any law and to amend the constitution. Moreover, the lower house has the power to confirm and dismiss the President of the Government

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