Stc 29 1982
Franz schubert: ständchen, d 957,4 | marina margaritta colda
a) Once the procedural legal grounds have been developed, in which the legitimacy of the Parliament of Navarre to file the present appeal is affirmed, and the deadline for filing it has been met, the substantive grounds begin with the examination of the different challenged precepts, all contained in Article 1 of Organic Law 8/2000, of December 22nd .
f) Point 14 of the first article redrafts the final clause of section 2 of article 20 (formerly 18) and section 5 of article 27 (formerly 25) of Organic Law 4/2000, precepts which allow in some cases (when they do not refer to family reunification or an application for a work permit for an employee) that the agreement to deny a visa is not justified. It is denounced that such precepts are contrary to arts. 24.1 in relation to art. 9.3 and 106.1 CE in that they do not require the motivation of an administrative resolution, preventing its jurisdictional control, undermining the right of defense and encouraging the arbitrary nature of the decisions of the Administration.
El origen de las células neoplásicas en el linfoma de Hodgkin1, las células Hodgkin (H) y Sternberg-Reed (SR), sigue siendo oscuro, y estas células no parecen llevar marcadores que se encuentren en ninguna población de células normales2,3. Sin embargo, el reciente establecimiento de líneas celulares permanentes de Hodgkin3,4 ha llevado a la búsqueda de antígenos específicos del tumor y/o de marcadores de membrana en las células H y SR que puedan indicar las células normales equivalentes. Aquí describimos la producción de anticuerpos monoclonales de ratón contra la línea celular de Hodgkin L428. Un anticuerpo de hibridoma, Ki-1, resultó ser específico para las células H y SR de todos los linfomas de Hodgkin analizados y para una población celular nueva, diminuta pero distinta, en las amígdalas y los ganglios linfáticos normales.
Schwab, U., Stein, H., Gerdes, J. et al. Producción de un anticuerpo monoclonal específico para las células Hodgkin y Sternberg-Reed de la enfermedad de Hodgkin y un subconjunto de células linfoides normales. Nature 299, 65-67 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1038/299065a0
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After alluding to the standing of the Parliament of Navarre to file the present appeal and the fulfillment of the remaining procedural requirements, the complaint argues that the contested regulation violates art. 86.1 EC both with regard to the material limits of a regulation of this type and the existence of a situation of extraordinary and urgent need.
The same reproach of affecting a fundamental right, in this case, the protection of personal data, is formulated to art. 4.14 since, for its regulation, an Organic Law would be required, so that the Royal Decree-Law would have been introduced in a field that is constitutionally forbidden to it.
A second ground of violation of art. 86.1 CE, in relation to the material limits of this type of regulation, would be given because Royal Decree-Law 16/2012 would affect the regime of the Autonomous Communities, since it invades the competences of the Autonomous Community of Navarre, a reproach that is formulated to art. 2.5, in the regulation of the so-called complementary portfolio, and to the third additional provision in relation to the transfer of tax data by the Autonomous Community Treasury.
[#253] messing around with logos – episode 161: ktca (1982)
The Second Chamber of the Constitutional Court, composed of Mr. Jerónimo Arozamena Sierra, President, and Mr. Francisco Rubio Llorente, Mr. Luis Díez- Picazo y Ponce de León, Mr. Francisco Tomás y Valiente, Mr. Plácido Fernández Viagas and Mr. Antonio Truyol Serra, Judges, has pronounced
1. On December 30, 1980, the National Health Institute issued a circular regulating overtime for medical, auxiliary health, clinic auxiliary and non-health personnel in Social Security health institutions, stipulating that these rules would be effective as of August 1, 1980.
The fact that the union is a minority within the group affected by the problem does not prevent it from declaring a strike, nor does it prevent it from finding or achieving a negotiated solution, in which case the effectiveness of the agreement would be limited, since the freedom of association of the other individuals and groups would have to be respected. And in this sense it is logical to consider the limited effectiveness of the jurisdictional solution to the conflict, without prejudice to the respect for art. 14 of the Constitution. This solution would be respectful of both freedom of association and art. 24 of the Constitution.