France in the European Union
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This paper begins with a description of the function and organizational structure of the European Union and then presents a brief history of its origins and how it has developed into the supranational organizational body that it is today. The paper focuses on France's contributions towards the European Union's development, beginning with a look at Jean Monnet's plan for more organized cooperation between the European nations and ending with a look at the signing of the Maastricht Treaty.
From the Paper:"The Council of Ministers is composed of a single representative from each of the member states. The council cannot draft legislation, but it can accept, reject, or request proposals from the commission. Summit meetings among the top leaders of the member states are called at least once every six months by the country holding the presidency of the Council of Ministers. This meeting of heads of state and government is called the European Council. The summits were instituted on a regular basis in 1975."
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