By Claire Annesley
A Political and financial Dictionary of Western Europe is a useful consultant for these looking explanation of phrases, or a brief reference resource. the diversity of entries is vast and encompasses the hot historical past and financial system of every kingdom of the area in addition to political events, geographical gains, famous participants, overseas businesses and key companies. It presents over six hundred key definitions and offers an summary of the altering political dimensions of Western Europe and its family with the ecu Union.
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De/ A–Z 37 Bundesgericht—see Federal Court, Switzerland Bundesrat (Austria) Federal Council The Bundesrat (Federal Council) is the upper house of the bicameral parliament of Austria. It is currently made up of 64 members who are representatives of Austria’s nine provinces (Länder). Members are elected from the legislative bodies of each province for a four-to-six-year term. The number of representatives a province can send to the Bundesrat varies from three to 12, depending on the size of its population.
His professional career was based in major French companies such as Bull, Thomson and France Telecom. Thierry Breton is married and has three children. fr/ Brown, Gordon Gordon Brown is Chancellor of the Exchequer (Minister of Finance) in the United Kingdom. He was appointed to this post in 1997 when the Labour Party was elected to government. Brown gained the reputation of ‘Iron Chancellor’ in the early years for his prudent management of the economy and control of public spending. He has, however, significantly improved the stability of the British economy and increased public spending on health and education.
In 1973 Brandt travelled to Israel and was the first German Chancellor to address the United Nations in New York. By 1974 Brandt’s politics had been overtaken by a series of health problems and personal scandals. Brandt was prone to depression and would withdraw from the political scene, leaving others to deal with the detail of politics. He was hospitalized for an operation on his throat and the tabloid press also made big news of Brandt’s love affairs. However, his downfall came when it was revealed that his personal assistant, Günter Guillaume, was a spy for the GDR.
A Political and Economic Dictionary of Western Europe (Political and Economic Dictionaries) by Claire Annesley