EU Priorities 2020

07-03-2016

INFOGRAPHIC: Who are the EU summit champions?

The EU summit today (7 March) will be the 101st for Jean-Claude Juncker, as premier of Luxembourg and president of the European Commission. Second comes German Chancellor Angela Merkel, with 66 summits Third is Donald Tusk, with 57 summits as premier of Poland and president of the European Council.

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Public Affairs 24-06-2015

INFOGRAPHIC: Musical Chairs at the Commission

All of the changes in the European Commission reshuffle. Jonathan Faull, the European Union’s top civil servant for financial services regulation, will head up an EU executive “Brexit” taskforce dedicated to the United Kingdom’s referendum on its membership in the bloc.

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Trade & Society 19-05-2015

TradeMarks 2015: What makes associations effective?

The TradeMarks survey measures the extend to which Brussels policy leaders believe associations are effective. The survey was conducted by APCO Insight, in collaboration with EURACTIV.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Who's who in the new European Commission? [Version 2.0]
05-11-2014

INFOGRAPHIC: Who’s who in the new European Commission?

Jean-Claude Juncker's team of European Commissioners was approved by the European Parliament on 22 October 2014 and officially took office on 1 November 2014. Who is who in the new Commission? EURACTIV has this full overview.

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25-09-2014

Commissioner-designate Hearings Calendar 2014

INFOGRAPHIC: Jean-Claude Juncker's team of commissioners-designate face a grilling from MEPs in the European Parliament from next week. Make sure you know who is under the spotlight and when with our calendar of hearings [Download A4/A3-printable file].

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INFOGRAPHIC: Who is who in the European Parliament? [Version 2.0]
08-07-2014

INFOGRAPHIC: Who is who in the European Parliament? [Version 2.0]

After a first plenary session and a series committee meetings in early July 2014, key positions were distributed in the European Parliament.

The European Parliament’s 22 committees held their first meeting on Monday (7 July). On the agenda was the election of committee chairs and vice-chairs.

The week before, MEPs gathered for the Parliament's first plenary session in Strasbourg, and elected a president, vice-presidents and quaestors. They also appointed the leader(s) of their faction.

The final leading positions were settled after one Vice-President, Corina Cretu, was selected to take up a Commissioner role in Jean-Claude Juncker's EU executive team.

Find an overview of the Parliament's key faces for 2014-2019 in our infographic.