Stc 76 1992

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En el plan original de este informe, se iba a incluir un tercer apéndice en el que se presentarían los resultados de los estudios de caso a nivel de condado realizados en el condado de Lancaster (Pensilvania), el condado de Washington (Iowa), el condado de Sampson (Carolina del Norte) y el condado de Cuming (Nebraska). Estos estudios de caso analizarán en detalle el equilibrio entre las fuentes orgánicas de nitrógeno y fósforo en cada condado y las necesidades totales de nutrientes de los cultivos de la misma zona. Se espera que aparezcan como un documento de trabajo separado en esta serie.

Este informe documenta información sobre la producción de cultivos, la venta y el uso de fertilizantes comerciales, el crecimiento y los cambios en la producción animal, las tendencias en el uso de nitrógeno y fósforo en cultivos seleccionados, y el estado en 1992 del uso de nitrógeno y fósforo en treinta y seis cultivos para los que el USDA recoge información detallada. Según el grado de disponibilidad de la información, se han realizado comparaciones para el período 1982 a 1992, bien de forma anual, bien para cada uno de los períodos quinquenales 1982(1987 y 1987(1992, o bien mostrando las diferencias netas a lo largo de los 10 años. La información que se presenta aquí se ha extraído de diversas fuentes dentro y fuera del USDA. Estas fuentes incluyen:

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G) The lawsuit goes on to argue about the non-existence of an alleged right of secession of the Catalan people on the basis of the right of self-determination of peoples. The preamble of the contested Law surprisingly describes the right of self-determination as “the first of human rights” and attempts to build on the generic citation of international law and the Covenants on civil and political rights of the United Nations an alleged democratic legitimacy that underlies the decision to approve this Law, which paradoxically connects with the constitutional provisions on international conventions. But neither from constitutional law nor from international law can the existence of such a right be inferred.

As far as comparative law is concerned – with the exception of some anecdotal exceptions, such as those of Ethiopia or the archipelago of St. Kitts and Nevis – no Constitution currently recognizes a right of secession of a part of the territory of a State. In the same vein, there is consensus that the peculiar provisions of Canada (Supreme Court advisory opinion of August 20, 1998) and South Africa (section 235 of its Constitution) do not in any way amount to a right of secession, only provided for, going back to historical law, in the Constitutions of the Soviet bloc. Moreover, the Supreme Courts of the federal States with a higher degree of territorial decentralization have categorically denied any secessionist aspirations (Texas v. White, 1868, of the Supreme Court of the United States, and the often quoted statement of the Supreme Court of Canada of August 20, 1998, which made it clear that the secession of Quebec would only be feasible if a reform of the federal Constitution was first carried out).

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G) The lawsuit goes on to argue about the non-existence of an alleged right of secession of the Catalan people on the basis of the right of self-determination of peoples. The preamble of the contested Law surprisingly qualifies the right of self-determination as “the first of human rights” and attempts to build on the generic citation of international law and the Covenants on civil and political rights of the United Nations an alleged democratic legitimacy that underlies the decision to approve this Law, which paradoxically connects with the constitutional provisions on international conventions. But neither from constitutional law nor from international law can the existence of such a right be inferred.

As far as comparative law is concerned – except for some anecdotal exceptions, such as those of Ethiopia or the archipelago of St. Kitts and Nevis – no Constitution currently recognizes a right of secession of a part of the territory of a State. In the same vein, there is consensus that the peculiar provisions of Canada (Supreme Court advisory opinion of August 20, 1998) and South Africa (section 235 of its Constitution) do not in any way amount to a right of secession, only provided for, going back to historical law, in the Constitutions of the Soviet bloc. Moreover, the Supreme Courts of the federal States with a higher degree of territorial decentralization have categorically denied any secessionist aspirations (Texas v. White, 1868, of the Supreme Court of the United States, and the often quoted statement of the Supreme Court of Canada of August 20, 1998, which made it clear that the secession of Quebec would only be feasible if a reform of the federal Constitution was first carried out).

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a) Once the procedural grounds of law 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 paragraph 2 of Article 20 (formerly 18) and paragraph 5 of Article 27 (formerly 25) of Organic Law 4/2000, precepts which allow in certain 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.