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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Selecting the President of the European Commission: An Analysis

An amendment to the E.U.’s basic law came into effect in 2010 concerning how the president of the European Commission is selected. The process begins with the European Parliament voting. The person obtaining the most votes has the chance to build a coalition in order to achieve a majority of the vote in the legislature. In the event that the candidate is successful, the power then shifts to the European Council, which can confirm or reject him or her.

The complete essay is at Essays on Two Federal Empires.