The European Commission upholds the general interest of the European Union and is the driving force in the EU's institutional system.
Its four main roles are to propose legislation to Parliament and the Council, to administer and implement Community policies, to enforce Community law (jointly with the Court of Justice) and to negotiate international agreements, mainly those relating to trade and cooperation.
- Strategic Planning and Programming
- The European Commission and Lawmaking
- Commission President: Priorities
- Introduction to EU Funding