Role Of The European Commission

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The European Commission The European commission has become a single institution in 1967; from then on the one particular institute of European union is constantly growing in its size and its operations. The European commission is the driving source of energy behind the European union. Representing the citizen of the Europe in European union and representing European union in the global stage. The European commission is politically independent organization comprising of different political background’s in fact the commission is the heart of the European union. The commission is responsible to European parliament. This is the institute that strives to accomplish the mission of European integration. The commission can be understood in two…show more content…
Ninety percent of what the commission proposes becomes a law. There fore the commission has to do major amount of research, preparation, consultation and finalization of its legislation proposals. Once its proposals are accepted they will be part of everyday life of European citizens and institutions. 2. Implementation and management of policies and Budget
The commission under the supervising eye of European court of auditors is responsible for management and implementation of EU budget .The commission also has to watch out the policy and programs adopted by the parliament. 3 Guardian of the treaties
The important role played by the commission is guardian of treaties. European union is fundamentally born out of treaties and the commission together with European court of justice is playing very important task that the components of the treaties are adopted in member states. 4. Representing European Union at the international
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They are.
The court of Justice,
General court and
Civil service tribunal.

The Functions of the court are 1. Preliminary Ruling.
The national courts of member countries are responsible to ensure that EU law is executed properly in that country. But during execution or application there is possibility that interpretation of EU law is leaves some place for doubt, in times and cases like that, the national court may ask for direction or advices. Those advises or directions are given in the form of Preliminary ruling .which helps the national courts to interpret and validate the EU laws. 2. Infringement proceedings
When certain member states are failing to fulfill its legal obligations under European law and it is brought to the notice of ECJ. If the breach of EU law is found then that member country has to pay lump –sum penalties 3. Annulation
The European institutions like parliament and commission under certain circumstances can request ECJ to have certain acts or actions to be annulled or declared illegal under the treaties . Private individuals can also request this annulation if any of the EU law affects them adversely. 4. Proceedings for
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