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Constitution of the Principality of Andorra: March 14, 1993 (Andorra [ad]) »

Edited By: Philip Raworth
THE ANDORRAN PEOPLE, WITH FULL LIBERTY AND INDEPENDENCE, AND IN THE EXERCISE OF THEIR OWN SOVEREIGNTY, CONSCIOUS of the need to conform the institutional structure of Andorra to the new circumstances brought about by the evolution of the geographical, historical and socio-cultural environment in which it is situated, as well as of the need to regulate the relations which the institutions dating back to the thirteenth century ( Pareatges ) shall have within this new legal framework, RESOLVED of the need to be endowed with all the mechanisms leading to juridical...

Monetary Agreement Between the European Union and The Principality of Andorra, 2011 (2011/C 369/01) »

Edited By: Philip Raworth
Whereas: (1) On 1 January 1999, the euro replaced the currency of each Member State participating in the third stage of Economic and Monetary Union, among which Spain and France, pursuant to Council Regulation (EC) No 974/98 of 3 May 1998. (2) Prior to this Agreement, the Principality of Andorra did not have an official currency, nor had it concluded a monetary agreement with any Member State or third country. Spanish and French banknotes and coins were used de facto in Andorra and were replaced by euro banknotes and coins as from 1 January 2002. The Principality...

The Principality of Andorra: Introductory Note »

Philip Raworth
Edited By: Philip Raworth
Andorra has is a small land-locked country in the Pyrenees with a population of around 60,000 Andorran nationals. The principality is divided into seven Provinces: Canillo, Encamp, Ordino, La Massena, Andorra la Vella, Saint Julià de Lòrion and Ecaldes-Engordany. The official language is Catalan and the privileged religion is Roman Catholicism. The principality has no currency of its own but uses either French or Spanish Euros. [1] Andorra is an autonomous but not completely independent country. In the thirteenth century, its territory was disputed by the Counts...