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Despite earlier reminders from the Commission, a number of towns in Belgium are still failing to comply with European norms.
In the short run, thermoelectric power stations need to be revitalized, thus meeting certain European norms.
The government's current line of argument is that the tax would bring Bulgaria into line with European norms, while helping rein in the deficit and promoting fairness.
The statement said the bill restricted freedom of expression of all scholars and researchers looking at historical events from different perspectives, adding that it contradicted the international law, European norms, the reports of the French Parliament itself and the earlier official declarations of the French government on the issue.
In a letter the group, which includes author Philip Pullman, said: "Our children are subjected to increasing commercial pressures, they begin formal education far earlier than the European norm, and they spend ever more time indoors.
Our children are subjected to increasing commercial pressures, they begin formal education earlier than the European norm, and they spend ever more time indoors with screen-based technology, rather than in outdoor activity," the Daily Mail quoted them as writing.
Such association, according to the Polish expert, will help expand mutual contacts, develop the European integration process of the transfer of European norms and, if successful, will be credited to Viktor Yanukovych.
Erdogan has said the changes to a charter drafted in the 1980s after a military coup are needed to strengthen democracy and bring Turkey closer to European norms.