Professor Michael Kaeding gave a lecture titled "Legislative decision-making: How the EU institutions interact" to students at Univeristy Donja Gorica, Faculty of Humanistic Studies. Students from Enlargement Policy of EU class, together with Nikoleta Đukanović, lecturer at University Donja Gorica took part in the online guest lecture, organized on April 22, at 6pm. This marked the start of the second set of guest lectures organized within The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence project at this partner university.
Professor Kaeding, from the Department of Political Science of the University of Duisburg-Essen, explained how the European Parliament, European Commission and European Council interact in the decision making process, while highlighting the difference between certain decision areas in regard of various competences, according to which EU is allowed to act.
The second guest lecture by professor Kaeding at University Donja Gorica will be held next Thursday, on April 29th.