Law Commission Report

Some articles on commission, reports:

Recommendation (European Union) - Common Market
... In order to ensure the proper functioning and development of the common market, the Commission (…) formulate recommendations or deliver opinions on matters dealt with in this Treaty, if it expressively so ... If a country does not conform to a recommendation, the Commission cannot propose the adoption of a Directive aimed at other Member Countries, in order to ...
Atomic Energy Commission
... Many countries have or have had an Atomic Energy Commission ... These include Australian Atomic Energy Commission (1952-1987) Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (1973-present) Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives ...
National Public Safety Commission (Japan)
... The National Public Safety Commission (国家公安委員会, Kokka Kōan Iinkai?) is a Japanese Cabinet Office commission ... The commission consists of a chairman, the, who holds the rank of Minister of State, and five members appointed by the prime minister with the consent of both ... The commission operates independently of the cabinet, but coordinates with it through the Minister of State ...
Criminal Justice Act 2003 - Origins
... The Act had its genesis in several reports and consultations The Home Office White Paper Justice for All (Cm 5563) Sir Robin Auld's Review of the Criminal Courts of England and Wales, published on 5 ...
Domestic Violence, Crime And Victims Act 2004 - Origins
... The Act's provisions originated in several reports The Home Office White Paper Justice for All (Cm 5563) - many of whose recommendations were implemented in the Criminal Justice Act ...

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