Do unanimity or qualified majority requirements for adopting EU treaties or laws benefit eurosceptics?

Yes. They favour the status quo prior to European integration.
93% (37 votes)
No. They make it more difficult to counteract judicial or bureaucratic drift through new legislation.
8% (3 votes)
Total votes: 40
Learning objectives: 
Reviewing the effects of different majority requirements on policy outcomes.
Introduction to the rationale for executive powers in policy implementation.
Introduction to the principal-agent problem.
Application of the principal-agent problem to judicial and bureaucratic drift.
Understanding the role of new legislation as a control mechanism against judicial or bureaucratic drift.
Understanding the joint decision trap.
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