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Possible Answers: ONCE, NEE, ERST, THEN, ATONETIME.

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Random information on the term “ONCE”:

The European Network for Accessible Tourism (ENAT) is a non-profit association of tourism enterprises, organisations and individuals from the private, public and NGO sectors aimed at evaluating good practices, as well as providing and endorsing services and products for accessible tourism in Europe. ENAT was first set up as a project activity in 2006, within the framework of the EC Disability Action Plan and was originally composed of nine founding members (partners), including VisitBritain and the ONCE Foundation, from six European countries.

Although the organization has Europe as its primary concern for accessible tourism, it also welcomes members from other countries and continents. As of 2012, the organisation includes almost 200 registered members from 28 countries, representing over 150 national, European and global organisations.

The first ENAT International Tourism for All Congress was held in Valencia, Spain in November 2007. The second international Congress took place in Vienna, Austria from September 30 to October 1, 2009.

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Random information on the term “NEE”:

The Politics of Belgium takes place in a framework of a federal, representative democratic, constitutional monarchy, whereby the King of the Belgians is the Head of State and the Prime Minister of Belgium is the head of government in a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Federal legislative power is vested in both the government and the two chambers of parliament, the Senate and the Chamber of Representatives. The federation is made up of (language-based) communities and (territorial) regions.

Since around 1970, the significant national Belgian political parties have split into distinct representations for each communities’ interests besides defense of their ideologies. These parties belong to three main political families, though close to the centre: the right-wing Liberals, the social conservative Christian Democrats, and Socialists forming the left-wing. Other important newer parties are the Green parties and, nowadays mainly in Flanders, the nationalist and far-right parties. Politics is influenced by lobby groups, such as trade unions and employers’ organizations such as the Federation of Belgian Enterprises. Majority rule is often superseded by a de facto confederal decision making process where the minority (the French-speakers) enjoy important protections through specialty majorities (2/3 overall and majority in each of the 2 main communities).

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