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2014 Review: Election of the Commission President

News Alert - 15-07-2014
Parliament voted by secret ballot on the appointment of Jean-Claude Juncker as European Commission President.

Press Release:

Parliament elects Jean-Claude Juncker as Commission President

Juncker presents his programme

Jean-Claude Juncker strives to win hearts and minds in Parliament
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