France: Oecd Territorial Reviews

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Last year, Lujan and other lawmakers called upon the Bureau of Indian Affairs to hold a "summit meeting" in South Dakota with state officials and the tribes to address the state's compliance with the law. The province is also, in historical terms, a new and still developing entity. Development of sports training, linkage with both local, national and international sports association and participation in such sports events; institutionalization of different sporting events in the city’s programs; development of theater group composed of the sector.

Pages: 165

Publisher: Organization for Economic (September 30, 2006)

ISBN: 9264022651

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