Law No. 23 Of January 13, 1998

Original Language Title:  LEGE nr. 23 din 13 ianuarie 1998

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Law No. 23 of 13 January 1998 on ratification of the additional protocol to the European Convention on the equivalence of diplomas allowing access to academic institutions, adopted in Strasbourg on June 3, 1964, published in PARLIAMENT ISSUING the OFFICIAL GAZETTE nr. 19 of 21 January 1998, the Romanian Parliament adopts this law.


The sole article Shall ratify the additional protocol to the European Convention on the equivalence of diplomas allowing access to academic institutions, adopted in Strasbourg on 3 June 1964.
This law was adopted by the Senate at its meeting on 28 October 1997, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.
SENATE PRESIDENT PETRE ROMAN this law was adopted by the Chamber of deputies at its meeting on 8 December 1997, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (2) of the Constitution of Romania.
p. CHAMBER of DEPUTIES PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHN CHILIMAN additional PROTOCOL to the European Convention on the equivalence of diplomas allowing access to university institutions *) — — — — — — — — — — — — * Note) version.

The Member States of the Council of Europe, signatories to this protocol, the aim of which it proposes him to achieve the European Convention on the equivalence of diplomas allowing access to universities, signed at Paris on 11 December 1953, called the Convention, considering the interest that would present the completion of that Convention for the purpose of extending the benefits of the diploma holders and gives them the necessary qualifications to be admitted to universities When these diplomas are awarded by the institutions on which another Contracting Party encourages officially apart of the territory or which it assimilates those issued by the country itself, agreed on those below: Article 1 1. Any Contracting Party shall recognise, for admission to the universities situated on its territory, when this admission is subject to State control, the equivalence of diplomas issued by institutions in another Contracting Party encourages officially apart of the territory or that they assimilated territory.
2. Admission to any University will be within the limit of available seats.
3. Each Contracting Party shall reserve its right not to apply to its own nationals the provisions referred to in paragraph 1.
4. where admission to universities situated in the territory of a Contracting Party is not subject to State control, the Contracting Party concerned shall transmit the text of this protocol these universities and to make every effort to obtain the adhesion of the said universities from the principles laid down in the preceding paragraphs of this article.


Article 2 each Contracting Party shall communicate to the General Secretariat of the Council of Europe a list of official institutions encouraged by it territory, besides issuing diplomas or affording the necessary qualifications to be admitted to the universities situated on its territory.


Article 3 for the purposes of this protocol: (a)) means any diploma, certificate or other evidence, in whatever form it might present, released or recorded, entitling the holder or the necessary qualifications for admission into a University;
  

b) universities means: (i) universities;
() institutions regarded by the Contracting Party in whose territory they are located, as having the same character with a University;

c) expression in a Contracting Party designates the metropolitan territory of the parties.
  


Article 4 1. Council of Europe Member States which are Contracting Parties to the Convention may become Contracting Parties to the present protocol: a) signature without reservation of ratification or acceptance;
  

b) signing without reservation of ratification or acceptance, as a result of ratification or acceptance.
  

2. Any State which adhere to the Convention may accede to this protocol.
3. Instruments of ratification, acceptance or accession shall be deposited with the General Secretariat of the Council of Europe.


Article 5 1. This protocol shall enter into force one month after the date on which two Member States of the Council of Europe will be signed without reservation of ratification or acceptance, or they will be ratified or accepted in accordance with the provisions of article 3. 4. For any Member State of the Council of Europe which will subsequently sign the Protocol without reservation of ratification or acceptance, or shall ratify or accept it, the Protocol will enter into force one month from the date of signing or depositing the instrument of ratification or acceptance.
3. For any State adhering to the Protocol will enter into force one month from the date of deposit of the instrument of accession. However it will not enter into adhesion force before the entry into force of the Protocol.


Article 6 1. This protocol shall remain in force for an indefinite period.
2. Any Contracting Party will be able to, in what concerns, or terminate this protocol, using a notification to the Secretary-General of the Council of Europe.
3. cancellation will commence at 6 months from the date of receipt of the notification by the Secretary general of the Council of Europe.


Article 7 the Secretary general of the Council of Europe shall notify the Member States of the Council and any State which has acceded to this protocol: a) any signature without reservation of ratification or acceptance;
  

b) any signature subject to ratification or acceptance;
  

c) filing any instrument of ratification, acceptance or accession;
  

d any date of entry) into force of this protocol, in accordance with art. 5;
  

e) any notification received in application of the provisions of article 3. 2 and 6.
  

In the knowledge of the undersigned, being duly authorized to that effect, have signed this protocol.
Drawn up in Strasbourg on June 3, 1964, in French and English languages, both texts having equal value, in a single copy which shall be deposited in the archives of the Council of Europe. The Secretary general of the Council of Europe shall transmit a certified copy to each of the signatory and adhering.

 


 


 


 

For the Government of the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Malta for the Government, subject to ratify or accept, for the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands: Strasbourg, 20 April 1971 "as regards the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the term metropolitan territory Laube referred to in art. 3 (a). (c) the Government of the Kingdom of) For Belgium, Protocol loses its meaning and will be considered as subject to ratify or accept it, meaning european territory, taking into account the equality that exists from Rene Coene terms of public law between the Government of the Republic of Cyprus, For the Netherlands, Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles Neirlandeze ".

 


 

subject to ratify or accept, For the Government of Denmark, Mogens W.J.D. Philipse Warberg for the Government of the Kingdom of Norway, For the Government of the French Republic, Knut Frydenlund C.H. Bonfils for the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden For the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, Strasbourg, 21 June 1967, subject to ratify or accept, Sten Lindh Felicia Prill For the Government of the Swiss Confederation, For the Government of the Kingdom of Greece, and For the Government of the Republic of Turkey , For the Government of Iceland, subject to ratify or accept, Strasbourg, 27 November 1964, the Irish Government, Nihat Dinc For the United Kingdom Government To the Government of the Italian Republic, the Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, subject to ratify or accept, I.F. Porter For Government of Alessandro Marieni, the Portuguese Government for the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, subject to ratify or accept , subject to ratify or accept, Strasbourg, 27 April 1978, Pierre Victor Machado Vurth STATEMENT of INTERPRETATION at the time of signing an additional protocol to the European Convention on the equivalence of diplomas allowing access into universities, the Committee of Ministers has made the following interpretive statement: "the Protocol also refers to the European schools when the diplomas awarded by these match the conditions of the first paragraph of the first article of this protocol".
STATEMENTS MADE BY MEMBER STATES to the FEDERAL REPUBLIC of Germany (report of 23 July 1971 on deposit of the instrument of ratification) the filing date and the name of the Government, the permanent representative said that the additional protocol to the European Convention on the equivalence of diplomas allowing access to the universities will apply and the provincial Government of Berlin from the date on which will enter into force for the Federal Republic of Germany.
NETHERLANDS 1. (original motifs in the Declaration protocol)

"As far as the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the term metropolitan territory referred to in article. 3, lit. (c) of the Protocol) loses its meaning and will be regarded as meaning european territory, taking into account the equality that exists in terms of public law between the Netherlands, Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles Neirlandeze ".
2. (extracted from the instrument deposited on 21 January 1965) Approve, through the present, for the Kingdom in Europe, Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles for Neirlandeze in all provisions which are contained here, the Protocol reproduced above.
We declare that it is accepted, ratified and confirmed and promise that will be kept inviolable.
United Kingdom (Declaration made at the time of signature-letter of 25 august 1964 permanent representative on the Council of Europe) stated in art. 2 of the additional protocol to the European Convention on the equivalence of diplomas allowing access to universities that each Contracting Party shall provide a list of the institutions which it subsidizes apart or territory and issuing diplomas allowing access to universities situated on its territory. At this time there, for Britain, the institutions that meet these conditions.
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