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the Co-Princes in a sentence

1. The fair of Andorra la Vella was ratified by the co-princes in 1371 and 1448 being the most important annual national festival commercially ever since.

2. The authorities of the Co-Princes banned casinos and betting houses throughout the country.

3. The Syndic General then notifies the co-princes, who in turn appoint the elected candidate as the head of government of Andorra.

4. The High Court of Justice is composed of five judges: one appointed by the head of government, one each by the co-princes, one by the Syndic General, and one by the judges and magistrates.

5. It is composed of four judges, one appointed by each of the co-princes and two by the General Council.

6. made up of representatives of the co-princes, the General Council, and the Executive Council –

7. Under the 1993 constitution, the co-princes continue as heads of state, but the head of government retains executive power.

8. Although the institution of the co-princes is viewed by some as an anachronism, the majority sees them as both a link with Andorra's traditions and a way to balance the power of Andorra's two much larger neighbors.

9. Nemesi Marquès Oste (born 17 May 1935) was the personal representative to Andorra of the Bishop of Urgell, who is one of the co-princes of Andorra.

10. The co-princes of Andorra are jointly the head of state (cap d'estat) of the Principality of Andorra, a landlocked microstate lying in the Pyrenees between France and Spain.

11. Before 1993, Andorra had no codified constitution, and the exact prerogatives of the co-princes were not specifically defined in law.

12. The Constitution of Andorra carefully defines the exact role and prerogatives of the co-princes of Andorra today.

13. Certain treaties require the participation of the co-princes (or their designated representatives) in their negotiation process as well as their final approval;

14. The co-princes jointly retain the right to propose amendments to the constitution;

15. In 1866, a social revolution ended with the promulgation of the New Reform (Nova Reforma) by the Co-princes of Andorra.

16. The General Council (subject to approval of the Co-Princes) elects the Head of Government, who presides over the Executive Council.

17. one point of particular contention was that the Council had begun regularly referring to Andorra as a republic, which understandably caused some contention with the co-princes.

18. Article 105 says that the initiative for constitutional change may come from the co-princes, jointly, or from one-third of the members of the General Council.

19. Article 107 requires the ministerial formality of the co-princes' sanction of the new amendment once the requirements of Article 106 have been satisfied (they have no power to overturn an amendment).

20. However unlike the Vatican, the co-princes of Andorra are not closely involved in the government.

21. Although the co-princes are both Chiefs of State for Andorra, only a single signature is required to sanction and promulgate new laws, and to order their publication in the Principality of Andorra.

22. Drafted by the Co-Princes and the General Council, the new constitution was approved by 74.2% of voters, with a 76% turnout.

23. Under the 1993 constitution, the co-princes continue as heads of state, but the head of government retains executive power.

24. Although the institution of the co-princes is viewed by some as an anachronism, the majority sees them as both a link with Andorra's traditions and a way to balance the power of Andorra's two much larger neighbors.

25. In December 1980, the Co-Princes agreed on reforms, including the establishment of an Executive Council and the holding of a referendum on the voting system.

26. In February 1977, the General Council and the Co-Princes agreed to political reforms, putting forward six options to voters:

27. In February 1977, the General Council and the Co-Princes agreed to political reforms, putting forward six options to voters in a referendum in October 1977.

28. The new parliament opened in 2011, and it was inaugurated by the Co-Princes of Andorra in 2014.

29. This article lists the Representatives of the Co-Princes of Andorra —originally the Bishop of Urgell and the Count of Foix;

30. The Co-Princes appoint the Representatives to represent them in matters of the state, similar to the function of a governor-general or viceroy.