a) AUSTRIA Article 44 para 1 of the Austrian Constitution may serve as an example for the first instance: 'Verfassungsgesetze oder in einfachen Gesetzen enthaltene Verfassungsbestimmungen konnen vom Nationalrat nur in Anwesenheit von mindestens der Halfte der Mitglieder und mit einer Mehrheit von zwei Dritteln der abgegebenen Stimmen beschlossen werden; sie sind als solche ("Verfassungsgesetz", "Verfassungsbestimmung") ausdrucklich zu bezeichnen.
What does NR stand for?
NR stands for Nationalrat (Austrian Parlamentary Institution)
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- Narrow Resonance
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- National Register
- National Review (political magazine)
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The development in the Nationalrat was more consistent and the proportion of women was rising up to 30 percent after the elections of 2007.
Soares, the opening day speakers included President of the Austrian Nationalrat Barbara Prammer and the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister Kanat Saudabayev.
Although the Austrian Parliament, the Osterreichischer Nationalrat, passed a resolution in May 1999 asking the Austrian government to use its influence to effect the repeal of the relevant Benes Decrees, it is unlikely that Austria would use its veto power in the Council of Ministers to block Czech membership in the EU over this issue.
Maybe you didn't understand or didn't read the EU directive closely enough, but we have to do it" (Osterreichischer Nationalrat 1998).
Among the speakers on opening day are OSCE PA President Joao Soares, the President of the Austrian Nationalrat Barbara Prammer, and the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister Kanat Saudabaev.
In June 2002, however, the Nationalrat or National Council, the lower House, essentially sided with Schmid.