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  • Created on: 27-03-16 11:12

1. How does the President achieve the position?

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

  • Consent Procedure- Simple Majority Vote used to approve succession of new EU members
  • Foremost Legislative Procedure: the EP can argue for and initiate populist legislation
  • Consultation Procedure- it can be asked for its opinion but the Council and Commission aren't compelled to make action upon it.
  • Ordinary Legislative Procedure- they can amend and block proposed legislation.

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

  • 1961
  • 1962
  • 1900
  • 1938

4. How many sections are there in the College of Commissioners?

  • 7/8 according to the President
  • I don't know
  • 28 one for each National Goverment
  • 84- each National Government has 3 to match the Judicature, Legislative and Executive

5. What does the term Democratic Deficit really mean?

  • the lack of clarity of democratic procedures in the governing process.
  • the fact that Britain has the lead on the democratic pathway.
  • the DemoKratus Bank in debt by $567,000 (12/04/2016)
  • the elitist nature of Michel's 'Iron Law of Oligarchy'


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