By Hugh Arbuthnott, Geoffrey Edwards
The function of this revised and prolonged e-book is to attempt to give an explanation for how the regulations of the neighborhood are supposed to in achieving its fundamental pursuits. a quick background of the root and significant occasions are incorporated and the formal associations and the particular decision-making procedures are explained.
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Differences in electoral system reinforced the impression that nine separate national elections were taking place. The situation was not very different in 1984 when the second direct elections took place. The British Government in particular remains hostile to a uniform electoral system, largely on the grounds that the introduction of PR in such elections would run contrary to British practice and traditions- and might increase pressures for the introduction of PR in general elections. (PR was used in Northern Ireland in both the 1979 and 1984 direct elections in order to ensure th~ representation of both Protestant and Catholic sectors).
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These serve as a reminder that their function in the Council is primarily to make sure that their particular national interests are recognised and taken fully into account in any decision. The Presidency of the Council of Ministers rotates every six months among the twelve governments in strict alphabetical order, according to the name of the country in its own language. National ministers from the country holding the Presidency chair their respective Councils, and their officials chair all the Council's subsidiary bodies and working groups.
A Common Man’s Guide to the Common Market by Hugh Arbuthnott, Geoffrey Edwards