- Territorial Policy
- Territorial policy (auntonomous communities)
- Autonomy statutes
- Legal regime
- Transfer royal decrees
- Operating rules of the Joint Committees of transfers
- General information and statistics of transfers: Transfer approved (1978-2023) and full of joint commissions of transfers by State legislatures
- Basic data on transfers in the XV state legislature
- Basic data on transfers in the XIV state legislature
- Basic data on transfers in the XIII state legislature
- Basic data on transfers in the XII state legislature
- Basic data on transfers in the XI state legislature
- Basic data on transfers in the state legislature X
- Basic data on transfers in the ninth state legislature
- Basic data on transfers in region VIII state legislature
The Bilateral Commission for Cooperation Administration of the State-Autonomous Community of Cantabria was constituted on 30 April 1991.
Its composition varies according to the issues to be dealt with, although it has five permanent members from each of the representations. The Presidency of the Commission corresponds to the State Administration while the Autonomous Community corresponds to the Vice-Presidency. Each representation is assisted by a Secretary.
Its functions are those provided for in the Operating Regulations of 16 October 2002:
- To promote and specify, from a bilateral point of view, the implementation of plans, programmes and joint actions for the development of common policies in the different sectorial areas.
- Promote the signing of collaboration agreements in those material areas in which it is necessary to specify a joint plan or programme on a bilateral basis.
- To design mechanisms for mutual collaboration in the different areas in which the activity of both Administrations may converge.
- To serve as a channel for preventive actions in an attempt to prevent conflicts arising between the two Administrations.
- To arbitrate proposals for solutions to issues of interest to both Administrations in matters within their competence.
- Examine any matters that affect both parties and, in particular, those whose purpose is to avoid or attempt to resolve out of court conflicts of competence.
- Analyse the rules with the rank of law, state or autonomous, in relation to which questions are raised that could give rise to an appeal of unconstitutionality, in order to reach an agreement that avoids its interposition, within the framework of what is established in article 33 of Organic Law 2/1979, of 3 October, of the Constitutional Court, in the wording given by Organic Law 1/2000, of 7 January.