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The Syndic General then notifies the co-princes, who in turn appoint the elected candidate as the head of government of Andorra.
The General Council is also responsible for proposing and passing laws. Bills may be presented to the council as Private Members' Bills by three of the local Parish Councils jointly or by at least one tenth of the citizens of Andorra.
The council also approves the annual budget of the principality. The government must submit the proposed budget for parliamentary approval at least two months before the previous budget expires.
If the budget is not approved by the first day of the next year, the previous budget is extended until a new one is approved.
Once any bill is approved, the Syndic General is responsible for presenting it to the Co-Princes so that they may sign and enact it.
If the head of government is not satisfied with the council, he may request that the co-princes dissolve the council and order new elections.
In turn, the councillors have the power to remove the head of government from office. After a motion of censure is approved by at least one-fifth of the councillors, the council will vote and if it receives the absolute majority of votes, the head of government is removed.
The High Court of Justice is composed of five judges: one appointed by the head of government, one each by the co-princes, one by the Syndic General, and one by the judges and magistrates.
It is presided over by the member appointed by the Syndic General and the judges hold office for six-year terms. The magistrates and judges are appointed by the High Court, as is the president of the Criminal Law Court.
The Constitutional Court is responsible for interpreting the Constitution and reviewing all appeals of unconstitutionality against laws and treaties.
It is composed of four judges, one appointed by each of the co-princes and two by the General Council. They serve eight-year terms. The Court is presided over by one of the judges on a two-year rotation so that each judge at one point will preside over the Court.
Andorra does not have its own armed forces,  although there is a small ceremonial army. Responsibility for defending the nation rests primarily with France and Spain.
Andorra has a small army, which has historically been raised or reconstituted at various dates, but has never in modern times amounted to a standing army.
The basic principle of Andorran defence is that all able-bodied men are available to fight if called upon by the sounding of the Sometent. Being a landlocked country , Andorra has no navy.
This body was not liable for service outside the principality and was commanded by two officials veguers appointed by France and the Bishop of Urgell.
Despite not being involved in any fighting during the First World War, Andorra was technically the longest combatant, as the country was left out of the Versailles Peace Conference , technically remaining at war with Germany from its original declaration of war in until 24 September when Andorra officially declared peace with Germany.
In the modern era, the army has consisted of a very small body of volunteers willing to undertake ceremonial duties. Uniforms and weaponry were handed down from generation to generation within families and communities.
The army's role in internal security was largely taken over by the formation of the Police Corps of Andorra in It was the responsibility of the six corporals, each in his own parish, to be able to raise a fighting force from among the able-bodied men of the parish.
Today a small, twelve-man ceremonial unit remains the only permanent section of the Sometent, but all able-bodied men remain technically available for military service,  with a requirement for each family to have access to a firearm.
A shotgun per household is unregulated. Rifles and pistols require a license. In more recent times there has only been a general emergency call to the popular army of Sometent during the floods of in the Catalan Pyrenees,  where 12 citizens perished in Andorra, to help the population and establish a public order along with the Local Police units.
Andorra maintains a small but modern and well-equipped internal police force, with around police officers supported by civilian assistants.
The principal services supplied by the corps are uniformed community policing, criminal detection, border control, and traffic policing. There are also small specialist units including police dogs, mountain rescue, and a bomb disposal team.
Although it is the closest in style to an active military force, it is part of the Police Corps , and not the army. As terrorist and hostage situations are a rare threat to the country, the GIPA is commonly assigned to prisoner escort duties, and at other times to routine policing.
The Andorran Fire Brigade, with headquarters at Santa Coloma , operates from four modern fire stations, and has a staff of around firefighters.
The service is equipped with 16 heavy appliances fire tenders, turntable ladders, and specialist four-wheel drive vehicles , four light support vehicles cars and vans and four ambulances.
Historically, the families of the six ancient parishes of Andorra maintained local arrangements to assist each other in fighting fires. The first fire pump purchased by the government was acquired in Serious fires which lasted for two days in December led to calls for a permanent fire service, and the Andorran Fire Brigade was formed on 21 April The fire service maintains full-time cover with five fire crews on duty at any time: two at the brigade's headquarters in Santa Coloma, and one crew at each of the other three fire stations.
According to the WWF , the territory of Andorra belongs to the ecoregion of Pyrenees conifer and mixed forests. Andorra has alpine , continental and oceanic climates , depending on altitude.
Its higher elevation means there is, on average, more snow in winter and it is slightly cooler in summer. The diversity of landmarks, the different orientation of the valleys and the irregularity relief typical of the Mediterranean climates make the country have a great diversity of microclimates that hinder the general dominance of the high mountain climate.
The great differences of altitude in the minimum and maximum points, together with the influence of a Mediterranean climate, develop the climate of the Andorran Pyrenees.
When in precipitation, a global model characterized by convective and abundant rains can be defined during spring and summer, which can last until autumn May, June and August are usually the rainiest months ; In winter, however, it is less rainy, except in the highlands, subject to the influence of fronts from the Atlantic , which explains the great amount of snowfall in the Andorran mountains.
The temperature regime is characterized, broadly, by a temperate summer and a long and cold winter; in accordance with the mountainous condition of the Principality.
View of Grau Roig and Valira d'Orient river. View of Pas de la Casa. An estimated The sport brings in over 7 million visitors annually and an estimated million euros per year, sustaining 2, direct and 10, indirect jobs at present since However, during the European sovereign-debt crisis of the 21st century, the tourist industry suffered a decline, partly caused by a drop in the prices of goods in Spain, undercutting duty-free shopping and increasing unemployment.
Some tobacco is grown locally. The principal livestock activity is domestic sheep raising. Manufacturing output consists mainly of cigarettes, cigars, and furniture.
Andorra's natural resources include hydroelectric power, mineral water, timber, iron ore, and lead. Andorra is not a member of the European Union, but enjoys a special relationship with it, such as being treated as an EU member for trade in manufactured goods no tariffs and as a non-EU member for agricultural products.
Andorra lacked a currency of its own and used both the French franc and the Spanish peseta in banking transactions until 31 December , when both currencies were replaced by the EU's single currency, the euro.
Coins and notes of both the franc and the peseta remained legal tender in Andorra until 31 December Andorra negotiated to issue its own euro coins, beginning in Andorra has traditionally had one of the world's lowest unemployment rates.
On 31 May , it was announced that Andorra intended to legislate for the introduction of an income tax by the end of June, against a background of increasing dissatisfaction with the existence of tax havens among EU members.
Hollande welcomed the move as part of a process of Andorra "bringing its taxation in line with international standards".
By the mids, the financial system comprised five banking groups,  one specialised credit entity, eight investment undertaking management entities, three asset management companies, and 29 insurance companies, 14 of which are branches of foreign insurance companies authorised to operate in the principality.
The population of Andorra is estimated at 77, Two-thirds of residents lack Andorran nationality and do not have the right to vote in communal elections.
The historic and official language is Catalan , a Romance language. The Andorran government encourages the use of Catalan.
Andorran television and radio stations use Catalan. Because of immigration, historical links, and close geographic proximity, Spanish, Portuguese and French are commonly spoken.
Most Andorran residents can speak one or more of these, in addition to Catalan. English is less commonly spoken among the general population, though it is understood to varying degrees in the major tourist resorts.
According to the Observatori Social d'Andorra , the linguistic usage in Andorra is as follows: . The population of Andorra is predominantly Though it is not an official state religion, the constitution acknowledges a special relationship with the Catholic Church, offering some special privileges to that group.
The small Muslim community is primarily made up of North African immigrants. Children between the ages of 6 and 16 are required by law to have full-time education.
Education up to secondary level is provided free of charge by the government. There are three systems of school, Andorran, French and Spanish, which use Catalan, French and Spanish languages respectively, as the main language of instruction.
Parents may choose which system their children attend. All schools are built and maintained by Andorran authorities, but teachers in the French and Spanish schools are paid for the most part by France and Spain.
It was established in The university provides first-level degrees in nursing, computer science, business administration, and educational sciences, in addition to higher professional education courses.
The geographical complexity of the country as well as the small number of students prevents the University of Andorra from developing a full academic programme, and it serves principally as a centre for virtual studies, connected to Spanish and French universities.
The Virtual Studies Centre Centre d'Estudis Virtuals at the University runs approximately 20 different academic degrees at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in fields including tourism, law, Catalan philology , humanities, psychology, political sciences, audiovisual communication, telecommunications engineering, and East Asia studies.
The centre also runs various postgraduate programmes and continuing-education courses for professionals. Until the 20th century, Andorra had very limited transport links to the outside world, and development of the country was affected by its physical isolation.
Even now, the nearest major airports at Toulouse and Barcelona are both three hours' drive from Andorra. There are frequent long-distance bus services from Andorra to Barcelona and Toulouse , plus a daily tour from the former city.
Bus services mostly are run by private companies, but some local ones are operated by the government. As of 11 July , there are no regular commercial flights at the airport.
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