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member state

n (of EU etc) → Mitglied(s)staat m

member state

nstato membro
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In terms of 2013-2017, total immigration, including both people immigrating from another EU Member State and non-EU countries, amounted to 3.4 million in 2013, after which it increased by more than one-third to peak at 4.7 million in 2015.
In addition, 1.9 million people previously residing in one EU Member State migrated to another Member State.
The Egyptian-drafted resolution allows them to procedurally operate like a member state when acting on behalf of the G-77 and China making statements, submitting and co-sponsoring proposals and amendments, giving rights of reply and raising points of order.
Currently, a clinical trial application is submitted to, and approved by, the com petent authority and an ethics committee in each Member State where a sponsor intends to conduct its trial, with the authorization procedures conducted concurrently in each Member State.
Five Member States - Austria, Germany, Denmark, Poland and Cyprus, - exceeded their milk quotas for deliveries in 2012/2013, and must therefore pay penalties ("superlevy") totalling roughly E 46 million.
A European Arrest Warrant requires a member state to arrest and transfer a criminal suspect, or sentenced person, to the member state that has issued the warrant, so that he or she can be put on trial, or complete a period of detention to which he or she has been sentenced.
Cambien asserts that the right to free movement is only enjoyed by Union citizens, (1) it can only be invoked by Union citizens once they leave their Member State and move to another Member State, whereas Union citizens can only reside in another Member State for longer periods of time if they are self-sufficient.
The draft plan contains 116 substances proposed for review by the member states under the evaluation process set up by the REACH regulation (registration, evaluation and authorisation of chemicals).
On 4 October, the Council of Ministers formally approved, without further debate, new rules on information exchange for bilateral agreements between member states and third countries in the field of energy.
The general principle is that a person is subject to the legislation of one Member State at any one time.
The Dutch courts were of the opinion that the assessment margin of the Concerned Member State to reject the assessment report of the Reference Member State partly or entirely is limited as a result of article 29 of Directive 2001/83/EC as amended (which governs the referral procedure to the coordination group in case of grounds of potential serious risk to public health).
Each Member State is responsible for the distribution of the EHIC on its territory.

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