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However, the results of consultations and a series of transnational seminars took time to digest, thus preventing the UK Presidency from finishing the job. The UK achievement was the Complete Draft, presented at Glasgow in 1998. By that time it had become clear that the task of completing the ESDP would fall to the German Presidency, one year further down the line, and this is how ministers Roots and context 15 came to give their blessing to the ESDP at Potsdam. This home run is the topic of Chapter 9.
Which are the European institutions articulating the positions of the member states? First of all, member states play a leading role at the European Council of heads of state and government, as described on page 19. Significantly, the European Commission has no important role to play at the European Council. As indicated, Community law is adopted by the Council of Ministers, which also represents the member states. The Council takes many different forms, depending on the topic of discussion. Thus, as the reader is aware, the General Affairs Council is expected to co-ordinate the work; ECOFIN, with the Ministers of Finance and Economic Affairs on it, approves the budget and economic policy and the Agricultural Council discusses important matters, such as the ‘mad cow’ disease.
The Directorate-General concerned is called DG XVI (Regional Policy and Cohesion) and at present Directorate-General Regio. It is responsible for the Commission input into the ESDP process. In fact, when referring to the ‘Commission’, literature on the ESDP (including this book) refers principally to a small section within DG Regio, which deals with spatial planning. Importantly, and this is where the nature of the Brussels ‘machine’ becomes apparent, DG Regio cannot co-ordinate other Directorates-General.