The Rotating Presidency Urgently Needs an Internal Political Consensus

Еach rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union is prepared and implemented in certain political and economic conditions. There are a number of examples that are indicative for the difficulties and problems of the rotating presidency when there is a lack of political agreement and a common striving of all political forces for a successful implementation of the presidency. Prof. Ingrid Shikova’s new analytical commentary is dedicated to this problem. See here: