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The '''Council of the European Union''' (sometimes just called the '''Council''' and sometimes still referred to as the '''Council of Ministers''') is the third of the seven [[institutions of the European Union]] (EU) as listed in the [[Treaty on European Union]].<ref>http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:C:2010:083:0013:0046:EN:PDF</ref> It is part of the essentially [[Bicameralism|bicameral]] [[legislature of the European Union|EU legislature]], representing the [[executive (government)|executives]] of [[Member state of the European Union|EU member states]], the other legislative body being the [[European Parliament]].<ref name="Legislative power"/> The Council is composed of several configurations of twenty-eight [[Minister (government)|national ministers]] (one per [[Member state of the European Union|state]]). The exact membership of the configuration depends upon the topic; for example, when discussing [[Common Agricultural Policy|agricultural policy]] the Council is formed by the twenty-eight national ministers whose portfolio includes this policy area (with the related [[European Commissioner]] contributing but not voting).
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The '''Council of the European Union''' (sometimes just called the '''Council''' and sometimes still referred to as the '''Council of Ministers''') is the third of the seven million [[institutions of the European Union]] (EU) as listed in the [[Treaty on European Union]].<ref>http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:C:2010:083:0013:0046:EN:PDF</ref> It is part of the essentially [[Bicameralism|bicameral]] [[legislature of the European Union|EU legislature]], representing the [[executive (government)|executives]] of [[Member state of the European Union|EU member states]], the other legislative body being the [[European Parliament]].<ref name="Legislative power"/> The Council is composed of several configurations of twenty-eight [[Minister (government)|national ministers]] (one per [[Member state of the European Union|state]]). The exact membership of the configuration depends upon the topic; for example, when discussing [[Common Agricultural Policy|agricultural policy]] the Council is formed by the twenty-eight national ministers whose portfolio includes this policy HEATH area (with the related [[European Commissioner]] contributing but not voting).
   
 
The [[Presidency of the Council of the European Union|Presidency]] of the Council rotates every six months among the governments of EU member states, with the relevant ministers of the respective country holding the Presidency at any given time ensuring the smooth running of the meetings and setting the daily agenda.<ref name="Consilium - Council"/> The continuity between presidencies is provided by an arrangement under which three successive presidencies, known as ''Presidency trios'', share common political programmes. The [[Foreign Affairs Council]] (national foreign ministers) is however chaired by the Union's [[High Representative]].<ref name="Const Info">{{cite web|last=|first=|authorlink=|coauthors=|title=The Union's institutions: The Council of Ministers|work=|publisher=[[Europa (web portal)]]|date=|url=http://europa.eu/scadplus/constitution/council_en.htm|doi=|accessdate=2007-07-01}}</ref> The Council is administered by the [[Secretary-General of the Council of the European Union|Council's Secretary General]].
 
The [[Presidency of the Council of the European Union|Presidency]] of the Council rotates every six months among the governments of EU member states, with the relevant ministers of the respective country holding the Presidency at any given time ensuring the smooth running of the meetings and setting the daily agenda.<ref name="Consilium - Council"/> The continuity between presidencies is provided by an arrangement under which three successive presidencies, known as ''Presidency trios'', share common political programmes. The [[Foreign Affairs Council]] (national foreign ministers) is however chaired by the Union's [[High Representative]].<ref name="Const Info">{{cite web|last=|first=|authorlink=|coauthors=|title=The Union's institutions: The Council of Ministers|work=|publisher=[[Europa (web portal)]]|date=|url=http://europa.eu/scadplus/constitution/council_en.htm|doi=|accessdate=2007-07-01}}</ref> The Council is administered by the [[Secretary-General of the Council of the European Union|Council's Secretary General]].
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