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The Commission is responsible for executing the policy decisions of the Council of Ministers but in respect of individual cases under Articles 81 and 82, it can take legally binding decisions without reference to the Council. The Commissioners are supported by a Secretariat and by the Legal Service, which reports directly to the President of the Commission. The Legal Service advises on the legality of Commission decisions, and represents the Commission in the Court of Justice. The executive work of the Commission is done by some 24 Directorates-General, each of which is the special responsibility of one of the Commissioners.
The Commission may publish its decision and authorise member states to take the measures, the conditions and details of which it shall determine, needed to remedy the situation. Commission decisions are taken collectively by the College of Commissioners which consists of 20 Commissioners appointed by member governments. The Commission is responsible for executing the policy decisions of the Council of Ministers but in respect of individual cases under Articles 81 and 82, it can take legally binding decisions without reference to the Council.
The Directorate-General for Competition (DGIV) is divided into seven directorates: A Coordination and policy B Mergers C, D, E and F Concerted practices and abuse of a dominant position (the different directorates being responsible for different markets); and G State aids; to which has recently been added the Anti-Cartel Unit. Case officers or rapporteurs take responsibility for individual cases, for which they undertake economic and legal analyses, draft decisions and monitor compliance. The roles of other EU institutions The role of the Commission in other spheres is usually to formulate proposals for decision by the Council of Ministers but in the day-to-day execution of competition policy, the Commission makes its own 38 A Guide to UK and EU Competition Policy decisions.
A Guide to United Kingdom and European Union Competition Policy by Nick Gardner