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EU 27 : Council Presidency , Treaty of Lisbon and more

Postby starcapitan » Wed Jan 16, 2008 3:58 pm

I welcome the :flag-si: 6 months Council Presidency

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http://eu2008.si
http://mobi.eu2008.si for mobiles

at the 2nd page of the Official Journal there is the order for the Presidency

If you go to this map you can see how are Treaty of Lisbon works in your country

the 112 is the single european emergency call number :
does it work in your country :?: Who answer :?:
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Re: EU : Council Presidency , Treaty of Lisbon and more

Postby Dakkus » Wed Jan 16, 2008 4:09 pm

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starcapitan wrote:I welcome the Slovenian 6 months Council Presidency

http://eu2008.si
http://mobi.eu2008.si for mobiles

at the 2nd page of the Official Journal there is the order for the Presidency

If you go to this map you can see how are Treaty of Lisbon works in your country

the 112 is the single european emergency call number :
does it work in your country? Who answer?
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Postby Dakkus » Wed Jan 16, 2008 4:11 pm

starcapitan wrote:the 112is the single european emergency call number :
does it work in your country? Who answer?


Why don't you just ask google? :)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1-1-2

So, it was originally the emergency number of Germany and Denmark. Because 112 is really the best possible number (not just repeating the same number three times, which would cause false calls and also being as close to the beginning of the rotary dial telephones' dial as possible) for emergency number, they decided to make it an European standard. It is currently used in all EU countries other than Bulgaria.
With GSM mobile phones the number 112 works everywhere where the GSM phones themselves work.
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Postby starcapitan » Wed Jan 16, 2008 4:28 pm

http://www.youtube.com/eutube

https://www.secure.europarl.europa.eu/p ... anguage=en : to send a request to the European Parliament :arrow: it's HTTPS :!:
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Postby starcapitan » Tue Jan 22, 2008 1:31 pm

another https . . this one to cantact :flag-it:

https://servizi.quirinale.it/webmail/

Is there 1 in your country :?:
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Postby starcapitan » Sat Feb 09, 2008 4:53 pm

Romania & France approved-ratificated Treaty of Lisbon
Now they are 3
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Postby WinstonSmith » Sat Feb 09, 2008 8:24 pm

Actually France, Romania, Slovenia, Hungary and Malta have all adopted the treaty so far. :wink:

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Postby starcapitan » Sat Feb 09, 2008 9:37 pm

WinstonSmith wrote:Actually France, Romania, Slovenia, Hungary and Malta have all adopted the treaty so far. :wink:

What are u saying :?: : :flag-si: & :flag-mt: still have to approve it as it is shown in the map
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Postby tabbs » Sat Feb 09, 2008 11:56 pm

starcapitan wrote:
WinstonSmith wrote:Actually France, Romania, Slovenia, Hungary and Malta have all adopted the treaty so far. :wink:

What are u saying :?: : :flag-si: & :flag-mt: still have to approve it as it is shown in the map

The map does reflect that those countries, including Malta and Slovenia, have ratified the Treaty. Maybe your browser loads the page from its cache? Try refreshing the page, or empty your browser cache then ...

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Postby Phaseolus » Sun Feb 10, 2008 9:28 am

tabbs wrote:
starcapitan wrote:
WinstonSmith wrote:Actually France, Romania, Slovenia, Hungary and Malta have all adopted the treaty so far. :wink:

What are u saying :?: : :flag-si: & :flag-mt: still have to approve it as it is shown in the map

The map does reflect that those countries, including Malta and Slovenia, have ratified the Treaty. Maybe your browser loads the page from its cache? Try refreshing the page, or empty your browser cache then ...

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The map works fine with me ; except that it seems that Corsica has not artified the Lisbon Treaty... :roll:

And by the way, I thought that Montenegro was now independent...

Is the EU redrawing European borders ? :lol:
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Postby tabbs » Sun Feb 10, 2008 12:09 pm

Montenegro is currently not in the EU anyway, so with regard to the Lisbon Treaty ... gray is gray. :wink: Also, Ceuta and Melilla are gray instead of blue, but I suppose the map designers merely aimed at showing which member states have already ratified. Now Corsica is somewhat odd indeed - if you click on the island, you do get the "France" pop-up, even with up-to-date information, but it still is blue. Hmm.

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Postby Phaseolus » Sun Feb 10, 2008 2:48 pm

tabbs wrote:Montenegro is currently not in the EU anyway, so with regard to the Lisbon Treaty ...


I am aware that montenegro is not a member of the EU ! But look at the map and you will see this mistake ; which is pretty odd considering that this is an official website from the EU. :roll:
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Postby WinstonSmith » Sun Feb 10, 2008 5:15 pm

Italian state tv, too, still hasn't got that border right on its weather forecasts (on youtube I only found this poor video with Rai 3).
Sad to say, since Montenegro is right in front of our eastern coast and many people there watch Italian tv... :(

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Postby tabbs » Sun Feb 10, 2008 5:35 pm

WinstonSmith wrote:Italian state tv, too, still hasn't got that border right on its weather forecasts

Reminds me of that 1000 lire coin issued in 1997 where Germany got divided into two countries (like before 1990) while West Germany and the Netherlands were united. ;) Well, I still think that, on a map which shows the ratification progress in the EU, the question of whether the border between two parts of the big gray (non-EU) area is visible or not is not exactly a high priority issue.

On a map about, say, the Stabilization and Association Process in the Western Balkans, I would indeed say it's wrong and should be corrected. But here? Maybe they can fix it together with Corsica's color ...

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