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The Council of Ministers lies at the fulcrum of decision-making in the European Union. It is a key legislative institution, an executive institution in important policy areas, and a forum through which politicians and policy-makers from the member states address shared challenges and develop collective policies. The Council of Ministers provides a comprehensive analysis of the Council: how it works, its varied activities, functions, and its relationships with the other key EU institutions and the member states.
PART 1: WHO DOES WHAT?
National Representatives Decide: The Ministers in Council
Officials Prepare the Ground: The Preparatory Bodies
Bureaucrats Organise and Advise: The Council Secretariat
Taking Turns at the Wheel: The Presidency
PART II: WITH WHOM?
Overlapping Competences: The Council and the European Council
Competition and Cooperation: The Council and the Commission
An Evolving Partnership: The Council and the European Parliament
Not Just Governments: The Council and the Member States
PART III: HOW?
Less Often than Expected: Voting in the Council
Compromise and Consensus: Negotiation
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