acquis communautaire


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acquis communautaire

(ˈækiː kəmˈjuːnətɛə; French aki kɔmynotɛr)
n
the body of law accumulated by the European Union. Often shortened to: acquis
[C20: French, literally: acquired material of the Community]
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The outcome of the meeting should be adoption of a resolution confirming the importance of cooperation in the field of justice and stressing the importance of the role of the SEECP Parliamentary Assembly in harmonizing legislative frameworks in the countries of the region with the acquis communautaire of the EU.
According to him, it should be taken in consideration that Macedonia has a vast experience in this process and has achieved a great deal regarding harmonization with the EU Acquis communautaire for fulfilling criteria.
According to the statement, the parties "constructively expressed opinions" on the issue of how implementation of the European acquis communautaire will contribute to a just and functional solution of the Cyprus problem.
The Financial Reporting Technical Assistance Program provides support to five national administrations (in Latvia as well as in the Czech Republic, Estonia, Poland, Slovenia) which face capacity constraints and challenges in fully implementing both in law and in practice the very demanding obligations imposed by the rapidly-evolving acquis communautaire in this field.
The amendments in the Energy Community Treaty regard provisions that stimulate high degree of implementation of the acquis communautaire on Energy for signatory countries of the Treaty, as well as defining the rules for cooperation between signatory countries.
We fully agree with the European Commission's critical conclusions on the human rights situation in Turkey and we urge once again the Turkish government to accelerate the reform process in order to apply the acquis communautaire [the laws and principles of the EU] and the Copenhagen criteria, both in legislation and in practice," said Gianni Pittella, president of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats (S&D Group), the second-largest group in the European Parliament.
The Road to Europe: Program of Accounting Reform and Institutional Strengthening (EU-REPARIS) will support participating countries' efforts to modernize their financial reporting systems and align them with the EU acquis communautaire.
Asked by CNA whether Cyprus` EU membership can still work as a catalyst for the solution of the Cyprus problem, the President said that "the accession of the entire territory of Cyprus to the EU -- with the suspension of the acquis communautaire in the areas where the Cypriot government does not exercise effective control - was the best response to Turkey, which considered the Cyprus problem already solved through the illegal and unnatural division of the island in August 1974".
She has been involved in translation operation management since 1995, being in charge of translation of the acquis communautaire into Estonian before her country's accession to the EU, managing the Estonian language unit in the Council of the EU from 2004 to 2008 and the Estonian language department of DG Translation from 2008 to 2011.
It emphasizes the importance of mutual cooperation in the field of fisheries, for which Montenegro was prepared through the first screening of the acquis communautaire.
This is because we do not have to modify any part of our internal legislation, the so-called acquis communautaire," De Gucht has claimed.
He reiterated in his speech the commitment of the Republic of Macedonia to becoming part of the European family as soon as possible and informed on the progress made in meeting political and economic criteria and harmonizing Macedonian laws with the European acquis communautaire, as well as on the readiness of the institutions to follow the European model of work and action.