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  • Created by: Megan K
  • Created on: 27-03-16 11:12

1. How does the President achieve the position?

  • They are nominated by the european Council by a QMV system
  • They are elected by the citizens in the states that were originally part of the EEC
  • I don't know
  • They are appointed by HRH Elizabeth II
  • They are elected by every citizen of the EU over 18
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2. What IS NOT a function/power of the European Commission

  • Administers EU revenue and expenditure
  • Acts as a 'guardian to the treaties' and ensure EU law is properly applied
  • Representing the EU on the world stage and with trade negotiations
  • the EC has the sole right to draft legislation in most areas of the EU
  • It legislates on any section of politics, including health and education
  • Administers ad Executes EU legislation and programmes

3. Despite the limitations of the Lisbon Treaty there are how many MEPs overall?

  • there are 766 MEPs
  • there are 740 MEPs
  • there are 751 MEPs
  • there are 37 MEPs
  • there are 800 MEPs

4. when did Britain first apply to join the EEC?

  • 1961
  • 1962
  • 1900
  • 1938

5. what is not a part of the European Court of Justice

  • The General Court
  • The House of Lords
  • The Court of Justice
  • The Civil Service Tribnal


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