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Are the national Members of Parliament, representing the same constituents as the MEPs, exercising democratic control? In theory, this could be possible, at least for major issues. However, it has one major drawback, in that the national parliaments rarely have the procedures or time necessary for clear debate of issues before they are discussed and agreed at the Council of Ministers. Although attempts are being made to ensure better information and debate in national parliaments on European issues, this is not happening at the moment.
Such examples are invaluable in impressing the examiner but, more importantly, they should convince you that you are not dealing with a theoretical group of institutions, but ‘a living community’. Checklist You need to have a good understanding of the functions, procedures and membership of the main Community institutions, plus an awareness of the less significant ones. You should also look at Chapter 12, where some of the proposed changes to the institutions are mentioned. In particular, you should concentrate on: • the European Parliament – Arts 189–199; • the Council of Ministers – Arts 202–207; • the European Commission – Arts 211–214; • the ECJ – Arts 220–245; and • the European Council, the Court of First Instance, the Economic and Social Committee, the Committee of Permanent Representatives, the Committee of the Regions and the Court of Auditors.
Like all posts within the Court, it is possible for the period in office to be renewed. Although this fixed but renewable term of office is not found in English courts, the attributes the judges should have are the same. Article 223 specifies that they should be independent and qualified for the highest judicial office within their respective countries. However, an important difference is that, whereas English judges are selected from barristers and, to a lesser extent, solicitors, judges in some Member States are chosen from a much wider field, including academic lawyers.