01 December 2011
A publication from January this year - How the EU works and Justice and Home Affairs decision-making - outlines the institutional and legislative process of decision-making in the Justice and Home Affairs field, as well as providing historical background and context.
A Statewatch publication from December 2010 outlines some of the changes to the EU decision-making process following the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon. The diagram below sets out the interactions between different EU institutions.
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