The Council

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  • The Council of Ministers/Council of the EU

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    a balance is struck between the governments of the member states (Council), the European Union (Commission), and the EU citizens (Parliament). The Council of Ministers/Council of the EU – 220 words The Council of the EU (the Council of Ministers) is responsible for deciding those legislative measures to be taken at EU level, rather than domestic level, and also for deciding the government ministers of member states. The Council of Ministers consists of ministers from the governments of the member

  • Evolution of the European Council

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    Introduction To fully appreciate the position of the European Council within the European Union we first took a brief look at how the European Union came about. The European project first started soon after the second world with the creation of the ECSC (European Coal and Steel Community) to harmonise relations between the Nations of Europe and to prevent any further conflicts of the scale of the wars that had preceded its creation. The new spirit of cooperation aimed to bring about a new era of

  • Student Council Failure

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    The greatest obstacle I have had to overcome was facing failure. I have been in student council and leadership roles during every school year since 4th grade. So during freshman year of high school I was a student council officer and a member of the leadership class. It was obvious that I would continue in doing what I was good at by applying for the student council officer class as a sophomore. I went through the difficult process of campaigning and following all of the very strict campaign rules

  • City Council Decisions

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    my thoughts that I believe pointed me in the direction the assignment was made to. I went to a city council meeting, a few days ago, for this project, and I was lucky enough to go at a time where the council was over seeing some rather important decisions that I seemed to have a lot of personal opinion on. To try to answer the questions that this write up is made to answer, I learned that the council discusses and debates new bill and local measures that affect the town and community of the Fort Bragg

  • The Issue Of The Council Essay

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    The council was delayed many times due to the plague, the threat of war and politics. In total the Council of Trent discussed and debated these issues for 5 years and 1 month. Many different people came to each of these sessions to discuss the matters. The first period, was between 1545-1549, sessions one through to eight. 30-70 prelates showed up per session. Approximately 100 members had a recognised, deliberate vote. There were 5 cardinals, 76 bishops, 12 archbishops, 3 abbots, and 6 generals

  • Reflection On City Council Meeting

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    action is by attending a city council meeting, whether it be in an urban or rural area, public administration still has a part in each event. As Kettl (2018; p. 244) referenced in his book, there is not a civil system that would be sustainable without strong leadership. This paper will discuss the author’s description, observation, and reflection during a city council meeting. DESCRIPTION On Monday, October 23, 2017 the author attended Bellevue, Nebraska’s city council meeting. The meeting was called

  • The European Parliament And Of The Council

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    1. The European Commission presented a proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on April 26, 2006 regarding criminal measures aimed at ensuring the enforcement of intellectual property rights. After much discussion, the Council of Ministers adopted Directive XZY/07 by qualified majority on June 20, 2007. According to the Commission, the legal basis for the proposed Directive was former Article 95 EC (now Article 114 EUFT). The Commission sought to establish a harmonized

  • Urban and the Council of Clermont Essays

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    did Pope Urban II say at the council of Clermont to persuade Christians to set forth on such a difficult venture as the Crusades?" One man, an early 12th century cleric named Fulcher of Chartres wrote perhaps the best historical chronicle of the events at Clermont and the speech of Urban II.<br><br>Fulcher begins his account with a prologue that states how blessed the journeymen of the Crusades were to take up such a conquest. He follows this by speaking on the Council of Clermont. Fulcher describes

  • Town Council Case Study

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    Gean Chouinard seeks re-election to Town Council submitted Edson Councillor Gean Chouinard will be seeking his third term on Edson Town Council in his re-election campaign. Chouinard is married to his wife Karin and has two sons, Ryan, 16 and Darin 10. Chouinard has called Edson his home for the past 36 years. His passion and dedication has been shown by his complete involvement in volunteering, lobbying, and completing the tasks he set out to accomplish. This election, Chouinard’s campaign “Building

  • How Important Was The Privy Council

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    How important was the Privy Council It could be argued that the monarch was an important member of government however some may disagree and put forward the idea that the Privy Council was more important. This is for several reasons the first reason (for the monarch) was the fact that she could decide who could become a member of the Privy Council this is because it meant that she had total power over those who that would help run the country. However this did not mean that the monarch was the most