Here's the UN fact sheet about Romania's Local Agenda 21 Plan
Here's the UN expansion plans for Local Agenda 21 in Romania:
1. To incorporate sustainable development principles into national and local strategies and action plans.
2. To create bottom-up links between national development priorities and local needs in the framework of a triple partnership between local government/business and community/citizens.
3. To enhance the local and regional capabilities for structural funds absorption.
4. To increase strategic planning capabilities.
5. To foster a participatory and multi-sectoral development planning process.
6. To achieve a new communication and organizational culture aimed at increased performances.
Achievements & Expected Results
1) To draft local plans for sustainable development of 35 Romanian territorial units.
2) To establish institutionalised mechanisms for regular consultations between local governments and CSOs on economic, social and environmental policies and programmes.
3) To increase capacity of local and county governments to identify, plan local development projects.
4) To improve the capacity of local and county governments to access structural funds.
Communitarian Law is a one year post graduate program at the University of Oradea http://www.ceebd.co.uk/ceeed/un/rom/ro034006.htm
Romania's Accession to the EU from a very interesting perspective, and again, this paper proves beyond a doubt what role the communitarian aquis plays in integration http://knol.google.com/k/romania-s-accession-to-the-european-union
Here's some very interesting papers published by university professors, including one that defends Hegelian Law http://www.juridica-danubius.ro/ar6/en. Apparently grants are called "communitarian incomes" and "communitarian resources" in Romania, and there are "communitarian depositions" and "communitarian institutions" too. And of course they use the phrase "communitarian integration" just like every other EU member state. One paper begins: "
The harmonisation of the national legislation with the communitarian one, being an essential component in the process of Romania ’s integration in the European Union, imposed an approach of the new principles and rules even in the communitarian area. New regulations concerning the exertion of the right of free circulation and residence within the territory of Member States by EU citizens and members of their families, the right of permanent residence within the territory of Member States by EU citizens and members of their families, and the limits set for the above rights for reasons of public order, public safety or public health."