General Council of the Valleys in a sentence
1. After being ratified by Bishop Francesc Tovia and Count John I, the Consell de la Terra or Consell General de les Valls (General Council of the Valleys) was founded in 1419, the second oldest parliament in Europe.
2. In 1998 the General Council of the Valleys issued for the first time a series of diner denominated coins to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the Manual Digest.
3. In 1873, the General Council of the Valleys declared her the patron saint of the country and on 8 September 1921 it was declared the National Holiday of the Principality.
4. The 28 members of the General Council of the Valleys (Consell General de les Valls) are elected in parliamentary elections for a maximum term of four years.
5. It is sometimes referred to as the General Council of the Valleys (Catalan: Consell General de les Valls) because it was the historical name and to distinguish it from similarly named bodies in the Val d'Aran and in France.
6. Articles 50 to 71 relate to the structure and function of the General Council of the Valleys, Andorra's legislative body.
7. List of General Syndics of the General Council of the Valleys (Andorra).
8. For the 2009 Andorran parliamentary election, the party joined the centre-right Reformist Coalition, which gained 11 seats in the General Council of the Valleys.
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11. This type of oligarchical governance made it possible for them to control all the decisions made by the General Council of the Valleys, and to manage public resources as they pleased.
- Andreu d'Alàs
- the General Council
- the Justice Courts
- La Cort de Justicia
- Església de Santa Coloma
- Romanesque Art
- the 9th through 14th centuries
- the Virgin and Child
- Església de Sant Esteve
- Sant Joan de Caselles
- Església de Sant Miquel d'Engolasters
- Sant Martí de la Cortinada
- Margineda and Escalls
- The Catalan Pyrenees
- the end of the 11th century
- the Crown of Aragon
- Northern Parishes
- the Tribunal de Corts (High Court of Justice
- Henry III
- the 12th–14th centuries
- national festival
- Confraria de Paraires
- the Tribunal de Corts
- Casa de la Vall