Council voting rules have changed
In the midst of Commission changeover it has been little discussed that Member States voting rules have changed since 1 November 2014. The new voting requirements, set down in the Lisbon Treaty, will end the current weighted-voting system, put more emphasis on population sizes and therefore change the relative distribution of powers amongst Member States. FleishmanHillard’s Institutional Research Unit has assessed these changes and their impact on future Council political dynamics in a document that you can download here.
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