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State structure and Political System of Austria

State structure and Political System of Austria

According to topschoolsintheusa, Austria is a democratic republic with a federal state system. The Constitution was adopted by the Constitutional National Assembly on October 1, 1920. It enshrined the fundamental rights and freedoms of citizens, the principles of equality, the rule of law, the separation of powers, and the separation of justice and administration. Administrative division. The federation consists of 9 lands (the capital of the state, Vienna, is equated to the land). The lands are divided into communities in…

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Austria Defense and Security

Austria Defense and Security

In December 2001 the National Council adopted a new security and defense doctrine, updating the previous one, which dates back to 1975. The document represents a response both to the political revolution of the European and world scenario triggered by the dissolution of the Soviet Union, as well as to the evolution of Austria’s role on the international scene, which has become decidedly more active. Without prejudice to adherence to the principle of neutrality, there are three cornerstones of this…

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Austria Guide

Austria Guide

Country data Location: Europe Time zone: CET Total area: 83,871 km² Land area: 82,445 km² Water area: 1,426 km² Length of the state border: 2,524 km Bordering countries: Germany: 801 km Italy: 404 km Liechtenstein: 34 km Switzerland: 158 km Slovakia: 105 km Slovenia: 299 km Czech Republic: 402 km Hungary: 321 km Coastline: 0 km Capital: Vienna Federal states: 9 Burgenland, Carinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg, Vienna Electric current: 220 V / 50 Hz Telephone…

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