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By Elizabeth A. Rozanski

This ebook offers the busy veterinary practitioner with a advisor to handling emergency and important care occasions. existence threatening difficulties has to be dealt with instantly and judgements need to be made speedy relating to diagnostic and therapies. for simple reference, the textual content is prepared via body-system and covers all crucial components, together with cardiac emergencies, respiration misery, neurological emergencies, trauma and poisoning. This publication could be worthwhile to veterinarians in perform and dealing in emergency clinics. it is going to additionally attract veterinary scholars and nurses.

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The result was a huge political crisis which, we were told, threatened the very survival of the Union. One of the most disturbing aspects of this, moreover, is the way in which its utterly undemocratic and quite absurd nature went unremarked in the mainstream media. Some wanted Barroso to stand up to the Parliament and support Mr Buttiglione. Others thought Buttiglione was too conservative and the Parliament should stick to its guns. Yet what no one was saying was surely much more important than this transient dispute: a system in which a democratically-elected body cannot exercise its constitutional rights without crippling the system of which it forms part is one whose design is disastrous, inherently autocratic and fit only for the scrapheap of failed political structures.

Once this is achieved, the Council again votes by qualified majority to confirm the Commission’s composition in its entirety. At Nice, the Commission President gained new powers. The President can now take decisions on the Commission’s internal organisation ‘in order to ensure that it acts consistently, efficiently and on the basis of collective responsibility’. Though his choice must be approved by the rest of the Commission (referred to, collectively, as the ‘College’ of Commissioners), he also gets to choose his vicepresident.

Also dating back to an agreement of 1988, ‘own resources’ may not exceed a certain percentage of the total of all member states’ GNP. 27 per cent. Because the shortfall is made up by a levy which directly relates to each nation’s wealth, the cap on own resources means that the final total contribution made by each member state is more proportionate to its total financial resources. 3 Spending these resources is, not surprisingly, governed by a complex bureaucratic procedure. Firstly, on the basis of what is required by the various treaties and legislation derived from them, spending is divided into ‘compulsory expenditure’ and ‘non-compulsory expenditure’.

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