The debate focused on the possible move to qualified majority voting in the EU's Foreign and Security Policy. The participants in the debate discussed the possible negative and positive aspects of the decision. The debate covered topics such as the fear of over-voting as a possible aspect of division within the Union or the ineffectiveness of the current consensus approach.
Main focus of the debate was to provide an overview of the current positions of certain Member states toward a possible shift to Qualified Majority Voting in Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU, and to discuss potential positive and negative aspects of this decision, taking into consideration relevant arguments that will shape the outcomes of the broader discussion on how to make the EU more actionable while protecting crucial national interests of each Member state.
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