CHORDIS PRIORITY

THE CHORDIS PROGRAMME

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By Henryk Szubinski

.Europeiska flaggan

4 FREEDOOMS

5TH FREEDOOM OF KNOWLEDGE MOOVEMENT

CHORDIS6

THE 7TH FRAMEWORK CHORDIS 7


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as regards the Velvet revolution 1988 – 1989

and the place of the Check republic in the Eouropean union

The Velvet Revolution (Czechsametová revoluce) or Gentle Revolution (Slovaknežná revolúcia) (November 17 – December 29, 1989) was a non-violent revolution in Czechoslovakia that saw the overthrow of the authoritarian government.[1]

On November 17, 1989, a Friday, riot police suppressed a peaceful student demonstration in Prague. That event sparked a series of popular demonstrations from November 19 to late December. By November 20 the number of peaceful protesters assembled in Prague had swollen from 200,000 the previous day to an estimated half-million. A two-hour general strike, involving all citizens of Czechoslovakia, was held on November 27.

With the collapse of other Warsaw Pact governments and increasing street protests, the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia announced on November 28 that it would relinquish power and dismantle the single-party stateBarbed wire and other obstructions were removed from the border with West Germany and Austria in early December. On December 10, President Gustáv Husák appointed the first largely non-communist government in Czechoslovakia since 1948, and resigned.Alexander Dubček was elected speaker of the federal parliament on December 28 and Václav Havel the President of Czechoslovakia on December 29, 1989.

In June 1990 Czechoslovakia held its first democratic elections since 1946.

The term Velvet Revolution was used internationally to describe the revolution, although the Czech side also used the term internally. After the dissolution of the nation in 1993, Slovakia used the term Gentle Revolution, the term that Slovaks used for the revolution from the beginning. The Czech Republic continues to refer to the event as the Velvet Revolution.

basic data on  EU

4 freedooms= the continental shelf of FRANCE and spain as a basic 4 sided square

5th freedoom of knowledge moovement = the Eouropean contninet of Central Eourope as the basic smaller land size being squeezed between the Mediterranian ochean and the Baltic states

the Chordis 6= the basic curvature through Russia passed Moscow and around into the North of Sweden and Finland

Chordis7 : the 7th framework = the basics of the Scandinavian nations as they curl back into Eouropes mainland

CORDIS, the Community Research and Development Information Service, is an information resource dedicated to European research and development activities. CORDIS is the official information source for publication of all calls for proposals regarding the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7). CORDIS is provided by the Publications Office of the European Union on behalf of the research Directorates-General of the European Commission.

THE eU HAS NOW 20 STATES : THE FOLD OVER ZONE IS BETWEEN SWEDEN AND DENMARK BUT DENMARK DOES NOT WANT TO BE INCLUDED IN THE EU SO THAT A PROBLEM ARISES FROM THE FOLD OVER ZONE BEING IN SWEDEN AND BY SWEDEN OR AS A NON MEMBER STATE COUNTRY..

.THEONLY KNOWN OF FORMAT FOR A FOLD OVER PROBLEM IS DEFINED BY THE PUNK GROUP GENESIS PORRIDGE


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