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The Principality of Monaco: State, International Status, Institutions 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9789067043328
Published: June 2010
Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £55.99

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Founded in the thirteenth century, the Seigniory of Monaco's independence has been recognised by the main European powers since the Middle Ages. Its status as a sovereign State was recognised by the Treaty of Vienna in 1815, by the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 and by treaties concluded with France in 1641, 1861, 1918 and 2002. A Member State of the UN, the OSCE and the Council of Europe, the Principality of Monaco is qualified as a third State in its relations with the European Union, although its territory has been assimilated to the European customs territory and it has given legal tender to the Euro. In this new edition, Georges Grinda discusses and comments on the public and international life of the State, its political and legal modernization and its future international role.

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Introduction: understanding Monaco
1. The Principality of Monaco: sovereign state
2. Monaco and the international community
3. Monaco and France
4. Monaco and Europe
5. The state of law
6. The sovereign prince
7. The Monegasque national identity
8. Government
9. National council
10. The legislative system
11. National budget
12. Institutions and financial instruments
13. Economic and social organization
14. Cults
15. Commune
16. Justice
17. Supreme Tribunal
18. Monegasque law
19. Annexes. Constitution of 17 December 1962
Franco-Monegasque Treaty of 24 October 2002
Franco-Monegasque Convention of 8 November 2005.