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However, most of the countries that have either entered the process of creating NREN or are about to do so, have rather short history of statehood (their national constitutions are usually not older then ten years). Consequently, in some of those countries the number of so-called system laws that have been adopted by national parliaments is modest. Few of these laws deal with the state of public institutions and organizations (including national offices, agencies, and associations). Eventually these laws will be enacted.
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But the discussions in TERENA and especially the technical development activities organised by TERENA, every now and then lead to an experimental service. Sometimes such an initiative develops into a service that is permanently needed by the TERENA membership and possibly the Internet community at large. In such cases TERENA does not continue the service itself but hands it over to a European operational organisation as soon as the service can stand on its own feet from a financial point of view.
Creative and Innovative Network Management (Nato Series) by Macedonia) NATO Advanced Networking Workshop on Creative and Innovative Network Management (2000 : O