How many members are in the EU?
The EU is a nation-state
How would you describe the EU?
Which of the following are institutions of the EU?
Council of the EU
International Criminal Court
House of Representatives
Name the president of the European Commission
What is the difference between the European Commission and the European Council?
The European Commission is an elected body. The European Council represents all countries in Europe, including Switzerland and Norway
The European Commission is not directly elected and acts in the interest of all member states. The European Council represents the member states' individual governments
Which ones are official languages of the EU?
What are the four fundamental freedoms of the EU?
Free movement of goods
Free movement of tax revenues
Free movement of people
Free movement of capital
Free movement of civil servants
free movement of services
Who composed the anthem of the EU?
What is the principle of subsidiarity?
The EU may only act (i.e. make laws) where action of individual countries is insufficient
The support the EU gives in the form of subsidies to farmers