A member state is a state that is a member of an international organisation.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) has members that are sovereign states and members that are not, thus WTO members are not called member states.
Other articles related to "member state, state, member states":
... Member states of NATO
... The goals of the DLA are to require each state to honor licenses issued by other member states to require each state to report traffic convictions to the licensing state ... When a DLA member state receives a report concerning their drivers from a non-DLA member state, the member state will be required to treat the report the same as if it came from a member state ... As with the previous compacts, the DLA requires a state to post all out-of-state traffic convictions to the driver's record, and a state must apply its own laws to all out-of-state ...
... On 5 October 2012, the Council of State of the Netherlands referred four questions for a preliminary ruling from the Court related to the so-called "Europe route" ... the Citizenship Directive 2004/38 apply analogously as in Eind and Singh when a national of a member state returns after receiving services in another ...
... to enjoy the family reunification rights they enjoyed while residing in another member state ... This has led to the so-called Europe route (nl) whereby a national of a member state circumvents national restrictions on family reunification by taking up residence in another member state, thus exercising ... A number of member states have claimed this amounts to an abuse of free movement, but in Akrich the Court ruled that taking up residence in another member state ...
Famous quotes containing the words state and/or member:
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—For the State of Montana, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“He was a tough, burly thick-headed gentleman, with a loud voice, a pompous manner, a tolerable command of sentences with no meaning in them, and, in short, every requisite for a very good member indeed.”
—Charles Dickens (18121870)