On The Protocol Of The Irish People's Concerns In Relation To The Lisbon Treaty

Original Language Title: Par Protokolu par Īrijas tautas bažām saistībā ar Lisabonas līgumu

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the Protocol of the Irish people's concerns in relation to article 1 of the Treaty of Lisbon. 13 June 2012 in Brussels signed the Protocol for the Irish people's concerns in relation to the Lisbon Treaty (hereinafter referred to as the Protocol) with this law is adopted and approved. 2. article. Fulfilment of the obligations provided for in the Protocol are coordinated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 3. article. This Protocol shall enter into force on its article 4 and for the period specified in the order, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall notify the official Edition of the "journal". 4. article. The law shall enter into force on the day following its promulgation. With the law to be put in the Latvian language in the Protocol. The law in the Parliament adopted 23 May 2013. The President of the Parliament instead of the President's Āboltiņ 2013 in Riga on May 29 Protocol on the Irish people's concerns in relation to the Lisbon Treaty, the Kingdom of Belgium, Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Estonia, Ireland, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese Republic, Romania The Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, hereinafter referred to as the "High Contracting Parties", recalling the European Council, meeting in the 27 Member States of the European Union Heads of State or Government of the 2009 June 18 and 19 on the concerns of the people of Ireland, in the context of the Lisbon Treaty; Recalling the meeting within the European Council of Heads of State or Government in 2009 on 18 and 19 June declaration that concluding the next accession treaty, they said the provisions of the decision set out in the Protocol, in accordance with their respective constitutional requirements to be annexed to the Treaty on European Union and to the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union; Taking into account that the High Contracting Parties have signed the contract between the High Contracting Parties of the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Croatia's accession to the European Union, have agreed upon the following provisions, which shall be annexed to the Treaty on European Union and to the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union. Section I the right to life, family and education article 1 the provisions of the Lisbon Treaty, which granted legal status in the European Union Charter of fundamental rights and the provisions of that agreement in the area of freedom, security and justice could not affect the scope and applicability of the Irish Constitution, 40.3.2 and 40.3.3 40.3.1. the protection provided for in article in relation to the right to life, article 41 provided for the protection of the family and article 42 and article 44.2.4 and 44.5.5 intended for protection in relation to the right to education. (II) section tax policy article 2, the provisions of the Lisbon Treaty, nothing and no one Member State does not change the amount of competence of the European Union or in the implementation in the field of taxation. SECTION III security protection article 3 the Union's international activities is the driving force behind the following principles-democracy, the rule of law, the universality of human rights and fundamental freedoms and oneness, human dignity, equality and solidarity, as well as the United Nations Charter and the principles of international law. The Union's common security and defense policy is a common foreign and security policy, and it shall provide the Union with an operational capacity to carry out missions outside the Union for the purpose of ensuring peace-keeping, conflict prevention and strengthening international security in accordance with the principles of the United Nations Charter. It does not affect the Member States, including Ireland, security and defence policy, nor the obligations of the Member States. The Treaty of Lisbon will not affect or prejudice Ireland's traditional policy of military neutrality. Member States-including Ireland, acting in solidarity, and without prejudice to its traditional policy of military neutrality, competence will determine what kind of assistance or support to provide the Member State which is the victim of a terrorist attack or the victim of armed aggression on its territory. Any decision to move to a common defence will be taken by unanimous decision of the European Council. Member States, including Ireland, in accordance with the provisions of the Treaty of Lisbon and their respective constitutional requirements should decide on the common defence or not. The provisions of this title shall not affect and shall not affect any other Member State the position or policies of security and defence. Also, it is within the competence of each Member State in accordance with the provisions of the Treaty of Lisbon and any their internal legal requirements to decide whether to participate in the permanent structured cooperation or the European Defence Agency. The Treaty of Lisbon is not intended not to create a European army, nor to determine the circumstances under which military service duty. It does not affect Ireland or any other Member State the right to determine its defence and security expenditure and the nature of the amount, as well as their protection capacity. Ireland or any other Member State will have jurisdiction in accordance with their respective internal legal requirements to decide on participation in the non-participation or in a military operation. Title IV final provisions article 4 this Protocol shall remain open for signature by the High Contracting Parties until 30 June 2012. The High Contracting Parties and, if this Protocol enters into force on the date when the Republic of Croatia to join the European Union, the Republic of Croatia ratified this Protocol in accordance with their respective constitutional requirements. The instruments of ratification shall be deposited with the Government of the Italian Republic. This Protocol, if possible, enter into force on 30 June 2013, provided that all the instruments of ratification have been deposited, or, if it has not happened – the first day of the month following the date on which the instrument of ratification deposited by the last Member State. Article 5 of this Protocol, in one original copy in the English, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, French, Greek, Dutch, Hungarian, Italian, Irish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish and Swedish languages shall be deposited in the archives of the Government of the Republic of Italy; each of these texts being equally authentic, and shall be issued by the Government of the Italian Republic a certified copy of all the other Governments of the Member States. When the Republic of Croatia has accepted the obligations of the present Protocol, pursuant to article 2 of the Act of accession of the Republic of Croatia in the conditions of Croatian language text, which is equally authentic in the same way as text, referred to in the first subparagraph shall also be deposited with the Government of the Italian Republic and the Italian Republic in the archive, the certified copies thereof to all the Governments of the other Member States. In witness whereof, the Plenipotentiaries have signed this Protocol. In Brussels, the two thousand year twelfth thirteenth in June. On behalf of the Republic of Latvia, Ilze Juhanson, extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Latvia in the European Union

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