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sexta-feira, 12 de novembro de 2010

Brazilian Economic Law in the face of the principle of economic democracy, social and cultural as organizational principle.

When it comes to sustainable development, it is extremely important to conclude that, far from criticizing the extreme use and say "delicate" of technological artefacts, often harmful to nature, as we know, currently, natural resources are affected too and unfortunately, the second world reality, are not replenished, or do not renew by default and pure human ambition, because the environment in all its aspects, they are: the natural - as it is known - which includes nature as a whole flora, fauna, air, minerals, etc. - the artificial space that is formed by urban buildings, also known as "concrete landscape or cityscape" - and cultural - built by the historical, archaeological and tourist do known part of the public good, of course comes just in the concept of common use, so can not be exploited by individuals, or made available to some. So we see that the facts outlined in the theoretical framework discussed reveal the true role of the state in seeking to balance economic, administrative and social, because the main aspects of the Brazilian Economic Law in the face of the principle of economic democracy, social and cultural as organizational principle, point the way to reach the full effectiveness of the performance of the executive and legislative services said core common to all, sustainable development, prevailing concern caused by the trajectory of law, modernly speaking, involvement in globalization and the advance in all aspects of international trade and technology, which provides the search and tell by the way, necessary and sufficient control mechanisms that guarantee the rule management capacity of common interests in an attempt to inhibit opportunism sector private, which unfortunately still defends the regulatory structures inherited by the New Deal and the welfare state that is still present through the use of lobbyists to inhibit the presence of the rule of market sectors, arguing that no state is the most able to ensure competitiveness, lower prices and greater efficiency in the exploitation of natural resources, as we know, are common to all, a fact that fortunately does not conforms to the current economic system, so we conclude this article perfectly understood that the operation of natural resources - "Sustainable Development" - and that requires organization, it is increasingly important to the strength of the constituent power in the choice of competent agents, and the supervision of the acts of trade and the regulation of economic policy measures for growth the nation.
Wirna Alves.

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