Devolution in Wales in a Context of the European Regionalism

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The regionalism is an important phenomenon for modern Europe. It is the phenomenon has some types to one of which was the devolution. The term was assigned to Great Britain after reform on decentralization of the end of the XX century. Wales as one of three reformed regions of this country, received an autonomy and own parliament (National Assembly for Wales). Since 1997 there is a difficult system of the relations between the different centers of the power: Cardiff, London and Brussels.

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A A Orlova

Ural State Pedagogical University

World History Chair


Copyright (c) 2012 Орлова А.А.

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