Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
But which way Europe goes will ultimately be decided by its member states - through a qualified majority vote.
If not, the proposal would then be put to the Council of eleven member states for a qualified majority vote.
But more and more decisions are now taken by qualified majority vote.
When we have qualified majority votes they should not be interrupted in any way by the formal sitting.
Yet, although that directive will need only a qualified majority vote, it is unlikely to whisk through the council.
I agree that a qualified majority vote is better than disqualified unanimity.
No-confidence voting is normally used after an "in favor" qualified majority vote, not instead nor mixed.
The Council must also be able with a qualified majority vote to suspend treaties because of infringements of human rights.
If we merely wanted a qualified majority vote in Council then a directive would have very limited scope and would only cover posted workers.
So the Commission will firmly oppose any moves towards lowering the decision-making system from a qualified majority vote to a simple majority vote.
This means a Commission proposal for sanctions stands unless a qualified majority vote against, whereas until now a majority had to approve the sanctions.
We know what unanimous votes are and we know what qualified majority votes are.
We would like more qualified majority votes in the Council and more codecision in the European Parliament.
We therefore propose that it should be possible to adopt these minimum requirements by qualified majority vote, and not by unanimity, in all the areas I have mentioned.
It is ridiculous that we are now proceeding with qualified majority votes when Members have not been given a reasonable amount of time to come back into the Chamber.
On the decision-making procedure itself, the Committee on Foreign Affairs welcomes the Commission's proposal to use a qualified majority vote in the Council.
The President of the European Council is appointed for a two and a half year term in a qualified majority vote of the European Council.
The EU takes most decisions by qualified majority vote in the council of ministers, allowing the possibility of a coalition of member states to override a minority.
We had identified five categories of exceptions to the general rule which we approved, according to which, within the Union, decisions would henceforth be taken by qualified majority vote.
Britain is liable for a share of this and any decision would be taken by qualified majority vote, meaning the Cameron government would not be able to wield a veto.
But if there should be any attempt to lower the bar of a qualified majority vote to a simple majority vote, that would meet with the strongest objections from the Commission.
The resolution is in favour of increasing decision making by qualified majority vote in the Council of Ministers and increasing the influence of the European Parliament.
In Article 175, it also sets out the procedure of its own revision and amendment by either referendum or a qualified majority vote of 2/3 in the National Assembly.
I believe that the issue on whether to increase the number of decisions to be taken by a qualified majority vote will have gained much support as a result of the British government vetoing many important decisions.
But I do have a definite problem with the process: a qualified majority vote without an indication of votes, no check of votes on the floor and absolutely no scrutiny of the process behind this.