Economics and before Extract Nevenka Cavlek Introduction The aim of this chapter is to discuss the main issues in travel and tourism intermediation. Focus is set on the following: There is no doubt that people would travel even if intermediaries in travel and tourism did not exist.
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In case of any differences between the French and English Chapter vi principles of tourism 2, only the French version is legally binding. The Principality of Monaco is a sovereign and independent State withrnthe framework of the general principles of international law and the particular conventions with France.
The territory of the Principality is unalienable. The principle of government is a hereditary and constitutional monarchy. The Principality is a State under the rule of law, committed to fundamental freedoms and rights. The executive power is exercised by the highest authority of the Prince.
The legislative power is jointly exercised by the Prince and the National Council. The judiciary power is exercised by the courts and tribunals. The separation of the administrative, legislative and judiciary functionsis guaranteed.
The Princes Standard consists of the coat of arms of the House of Grimaldi upon a white ground. The National Flag consists of two equal stripes, red and white, arrangedhorizontally, the red in the upper part, the white in the lower part.
The use of these standard and flag is governed by the provisions of the sovereign ordinance dated April 4th.
The French language is the official language of the State. The Catholic, Apostolic and Roman religion is the religion of the State. In the absence of direct legitimate issue. If the heir, who would have acceded by virtue of the preceding paragraphs is deceased or renounced the Throne before the succession became open, the succession passes to His own direct legitimate descendants by order of pnimogeniture with priority given to males within the same degree of kinship.
If the application of the preceding paragraphs does not fill the vacancy of the Throne, the succession passes to a collateral heir appointed by the Crown Concil upon same advice of the Regency Council.
The powers of the prince are temporarily held by the Regency Council.
The Throne can only pass to a person holding Monegasque citizenship on the day the succession opens. The procedures of application of this article are set, as needed, by the House Laws of the Sovereign Family promulgated by Sovereign ordinance.
The Prince represents the Principality in its relations with foreign Powers. He acquaints the National Council through the Minister of State with them before their ratification.
However, the following treaties must be ratified in pursuance of a law: After consulting the Crown Council, the Prince exercises the right to pardon and amnesty as well as the right of naturalization an restoration of nationality.
The Prince confers orders titles and other distinctions. All Monegasques are equal before the law. There is no privilege among them. The circumstances in which a person who has acquired Monegasque nationality by naturalization may be deprived of it are laid down in the law.
Loss of Monegasque nationality in any other circumstance may occur only, as prescribed by law, further to the intentional acquisition of another nationality or of service unlawfully carried out in a foreign army.
Individual freedom and security are guaranteed. No one may be prosecuted except in cases provided for by law, before legally appointed judges and in the manner prescribed by law.
Apart from cases of flagrant offence, an arrest may be carried out only pursuant to the well-founded order of the judge, which must be notified at the arrest or at the latest within twenty-four hours.
Any detention must be preceded by an examination. No penalty may be introduced or applied except by law. Criminal law must ensure respect for individual personality and dignity.CHAPTER VI CHAPTER VII CHAPTER VIII CHAPTER IX CHAPTER X CHAPTER XI CHAPTER XII CHAPTER XIII CHAPTER XIV CHAPTER XV CHAPTER XVI Chapter XVIII CHAPTER XVII CHAPTER XVIII CHAPTER XIX principles he has gathered from his own experience and observation and the recorded experiences of others.
View Chapter 2- Issues in Sustainable Tourism from HFT at Florida International University. 1/7/ SUSTAINABLE TOURISM CHAPTER 2 ISSUES IN SUSTAINABLE TOURISM 1 Operational Directives for the implementation of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Heritage.
VI Impact of tourism on the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage and vice versa.
List of CFR Titles, Chapters, Subchapters, and Parts TITLE 2—GRANTS AND AGREEMENTS—Continued Chapter XXXIV—Department of Education (Parts —) Uniform administrative requirements, cost principles.
CHAPTER –VI Findings and Recommendation Infrastructure Facilities Lack of proper infrastructure facilities are the major hindrances of state tourism. The tourist destination KNP attracts large number of domestic and foreign different tourism schemes under the guidelines and principles of National Tourism policy Learn hospitality and tourism with free interactive flashcards.
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