This summary of decisions taken at the ninth meeting of the ECSC Special Council of Ministers, held in Luxembourg on 12 and 13 October 1953, illustrates several of the institution's powers and responsibilities, in particular, its power to conclude international agreements, its power of appointment and its power to deliver opinions and to exchange information and engage in mutual consultation with the High Authority.
The account of the activities of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) Special Council of Ministers, from 8 September 1952 to 30 June 1954, sets out the composition, the operation and the powers of the Council, as well as its activities during the period between its 1st and 17th meeting.
List of the main work undertaken by the Council of the European Economic Community (EEC) during the period from October 1959 to April 1960, published in the first overview of the activities of the Councils of the European Communities.
In this interview, André Dubois, former attaché in the Secretariat of the Special Council of Ministers of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), outlines the powers and the operation of this institution.
In this interview, Hubert Ehring, former Director in the Legal Service of the Secretariat of the Special Council of Ministers of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), outlines the role of the Council vis-à-vis the High Authority and describes the main activities carried out by its Legal Service.
The appointment of the Members of the institutions