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Antonio Tajani
Antonio Tajani
(Italian pronunciation: [anˌtɔːnjo taˈjaːni]; born 4 August 1953) is an Italian politician who has served as President of the European Parliament
President of the European Parliament
since January 2017. He previously served as one of the fourteen Vice-Presidents of the European Parliament from 2014 to 2016, European Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship, Vice-President of the European Commission
Vice-President of the European Commission
from 2010 to 2014 and European Commissioner for Transport
European Commissioner for Transport
from 2008 to 2010. He has been a Member of the European Parliament
Member of the European Parliament
(MEP) for Italy
Italy
since 2014 and previously from 1994 to 2008. In the run-up to the 2018 Italian General Election, he announced on his Twitter account that he would make himself available, "to serve Italy", on behalf of Forza Italia, but that "all further decisions will now be taken by our fellow citizens and the President of the Republic".

Contents

1 Early life 2 Early political career

2.1 Member of the European Parliament

3 European Commissioner for Transport 4 European Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship 5 President of the European Parliament 6 Controversies 7 Recognitions 8 Public image 9 Awards 10 References 11 External links

Early life[edit] After attending Liceo Torquato Tasso
Torquato Tasso
in Rome, he earned a degree in Law at the Sapienza University of Rome. Tajani was an officer in the Italian Air Forces. After attending a specialized air defense course at Borgo Piave di Latina, he became radar controller for air defense at the Italian Air Force
Italian Air Force
radar base of San Giovanni Teatino. Tajani has been a professional journalist, editor of parliamentary affairs for the weekly Il Settimanale, presenter of Rai Radio 1
Rai Radio 1
news programme, and head of the Rome
Rome
editorial office of the newspaper Il Giornale. He was special envoy to Lebanon, the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
and Somalia. Besides Italian, he speaks English, French and Spanish. In 1988, he married Brunella, with whom he has two children. Early political career[edit] In his youth Tajani was a militant of Fronte Monarchico Giovanile (Youth Monarchist Front), a student organization of the Italian Monarchist Union (UMI). He has consistently advocated the return from exile of the House of Savoy
House of Savoy
(which was banned by the Italian Constitution until 2002, when the Italian Parliament lifted the ban). He was one of the founders of the Forza Italia
Forza Italia
party in 1994, and then regional coordinator of the party in Lazio
Lazio
from 1994 in 2005.[1] In Berlusconi's first government (1994–95), he was a spokesman for the Prime Minister. In 1996 he ran for parliament in the Alatri
Alatri
college, but obtained only 45.3% of the votes and was defeated by the representative of the Olive Tree. In 2001, Tajani was a candidate for mayor of Rome
Rome
for the coalition of the House of Freedom, but was defeated by Walter Veltroni
Walter Veltroni
after polling 47.8% of votes. Since 2002 (the year of the Estoril
Estoril
Congress) Tajani has been one of 10 vice-presidents of the European People's Party. He was re-elected at the Rome
Rome
Congress in 2006 and at the Bonn conference in 2009, and then again at the Bucharest Congress in 2012.[2][3] Member of the European Parliament[edit] In 1994 Tajani was elected a Member of the European Parliament
Member of the European Parliament
(MEP), and reelected in 1999 and 2004. He was chairman of the delegation of Forza Italia
Forza Italia
to the European Parliament
European Parliament
from June 1999 until May 2008. At the 2004 European elections he was elected from a list of Forza Italia in the Central college, receiving 122,000 preferences. He was admitted to the European People's Party. Tajani was an MEP for Central Italy
Italy
with the Forza Italia
Forza Italia
party from 2004 to 2008 and sat on the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs. He was a substitute for the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs and a member of the Delegation for relations with Israel.[4] He was a member of the European Convention, which drafted the text of the European Constitution
European Constitution
that never entered into force. European Commissioner for Transport[edit]

Tajani and José Manuel Barroso
José Manuel Barroso
at the EPP congress in 2008

On 8 May 2008, he was appointed as Italy's EU Commissioner
EU Commissioner
by newly elected Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, replacing Franco Frattini, who became the new Italian foreign minister. Tajani received the Commissioner for Transport portfolio. He was officially approved in his post by the European Parliament
European Parliament
on 18 June 2008 with a vote of 507 to 53 with 64 abstentions.[5] In this role, Tajani promoted the rescue plan for Alitalia, through the involvement of private funding in the airline capital.[6][7] His plan was not successful and Alitalia is remains in terminal administration only supported by illegal state aid.[8] Tajani oversaw the drafting of new EU Regulation
EU Regulation
relating to transport, including clarification of the rights of passengers in air transport.[9] The aim was for passengers to receive assistance and reimbursement in case of denied boarding, cancellation or delay of the flight. The proposals were poor, resulting in widespread evasion by the airlines across Europe and abuse by customers. Both parties have called for reform of the legislation to make it fair and workable. European Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship[edit] In 2009 he was reappointed as a member of Italian nationality of the second Barroso Commission, as European Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship; he remained one of the four Vice-Presidents of the Commission.[10][11] The confirmation of Tajani followed the decline of the candidacy of Massimo D'Alema
Massimo D'Alema
as High Representative for Foreign Policy. For Tajani an alternative foreshadowed would have been a candidacy as president of the Lazio
Lazio
Region.[12] Michel Barnier
Michel Barnier
was twice Acting Commissioner in his stead, from 19 April 2014 – 25 May 2014 while he was on electoral campaign leave for the 2014 elections to the European Parliament
European Parliament
and from 1 July 2014 – 16 July 2014 after he took up his seat.[13][14] In October 2012[15] Antonio Tajani
Antonio Tajani
launched his campaign for a new industrial revolution in Europe[16] in order to flip the tendency of the economic crisis[17][18] and revamp industry.[19] The concrete goals[20] of this initiative are bringing the value of industry to as much as 20% of GDP by 2020, creating new jobs, and promoting sustainable growth.[21] The new Late Payments Directive 2011/7/EU[22] that has the goal of countering payment delays in commercial transactions, was adopted in 2011.[23] Following the adoption, Tajani urged a prompt implementation in all Member States,[24] even before the official deadline set for 16 March 2016.[25] In order to further accelerate the process, he launched an information campaign across the 27 Member States that takes place between October 2012 and December 2014.[26] In March 2013 Tajani, along with Commissioner Olli Rehn
Olli Rehn
said that the European Commission is ready to acknowledge "mitigating factors" on the assessment of compliance with the deficit and debt criteria, in the context of a plan for the disposal of old debts of the public administration to enterprises.[27] During 2012 Tajani led the drafting of a proposal to simplify the procedure to register cars in another Member State within the European Union.[28] Concretely, the proposal, which should come into force in 2014, aims at reducing to a minimum the administrative procedures necessary to register cars, vans, trucks and buses in another Member State.[29] Furthermore, it will be impossible to register in another country a stolen vehicle, thanks to the enhanced cooperation of the competent authorities at the European level.

Tajani at the EPP congress in 2012

In order to support the European fight against counterfeiting of industrial goods, in December 2012, Vice President Tajani launched an awareness campaign[30] for the citizens. Moreover, in February 2013 the European Commission
European Commission
further reinforced market surveillance through a plan to reinforce the controls of the products in the internal market.[31] In particular, the "Made in" is part of the discussion on counterfeiting, especially for the textile sector in Italy.[32] The package presented by Tajani and Tonio Borg, European Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy introduces among other things the denomination 'Made In' for products manufactured in and outside the EU, so as to better supervise what enters into the European market.[33] With the goal of promoting competitiveness[34] and sustainable development of the European automobile industry,[35] Tajani presented in November 2012[36] the Action Plan CARS2020.[37] The Plan focuses on a transition towards more energy efficiency and alternative energy sources, as well as technologies and advanced materials for the production.[38] Among the actions that Tajani undertook to foster growth and regain higher levels of employment, it is worth mentioning an Action Plan[39] aimed at supporting entrepreneurs,[40] through specific measures to facilitate business transfers, increase access to finance, and give a second chance following a bankruptcy.[41] Another of Tajani's initiatives was a project called "50,000 Tourists",[42] launched on 1 June 2011, which focussed on promoting low-season tourism between Europe and South America, encouraging cooperation between European governments, the tourism industry, and airline companies.[43] The initiatives connected to tourism include a Travelers Decalogue in August 2012,[44] a series of rules to travel in full safety. Additionally, in November 2012 Tajani presented, in collaboration with the European Commissioner for Internal Affairs Cecilia Malmström, a Communication to examine how the implementation and development of a common policy in terms of visas could support the EU growth by providing more chances for foreign travelers to visit the Union.[45] In March 2013 the President of the European Commission
European Commission
José Manuel Barroso has appointed Tajani to lead the new EU-Brazil working group, which will also include the European Commissioner for Trade
European Commissioner for Trade
Karel De Gucht and European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science Máire Geoghegan-Quinn. The group will be in charge of evaluating the opportunities for industrial cooperation between the EU and Brazil, particularly in the most technological sectors.[46] On 11 June 2013 Tajani presented the first Action Plan for the Steel Industry since 1977 to help this sector face today’s challenges and lay the foundations for future competitiveness by fostering innovation, creating growth and jobs.[47] The Commission proposed to support the demand for European steel both at home and abroad, by acting to ensure that European steel producers have access to third countries in a fair trade market.[48] President of the European Parliament[edit]

President Tajani in March 2017

At the end of Martin Schulz's term, the presidency for the remainder of the eighth European Parliament
European Parliament
(2014–2019) would have been due by convention to pass to an EPP member. However, the EPP–S&D agreement appeared broken, making it less certain that Tajani, who was selected as EPP candidate, would be elected president. The other contenders were the social-democrat Gianni Pittella, the liberal Guy Verhofstadt, the conservative Helga Stevens, the leftist Eleonora Forenza and the green Jean Lambert.[49][50] On 17 January 2017, Tajani was elected after four rounds of voting, following the withdrawal of Verhofstadt and declaration of support for the EPP candidate by the ALDE; he was first Italian to hold the office since the Christian democrat Emilio Colombo
Emilio Colombo
(1977–1979). In February 2018, Silvio Berlusconi
Silvio Berlusconi
indicated Tajani as his candidate for the premiership if the centre-right would win the general election in March.[51] Tajani accepted the candidacy on 1 March.[52] Controversies[edit] In a letter dated 12 February 2013, Environment commissioner Janez Potocnik warned Tajani about “widespread concerns that [car] performance has been tailored tightly to compliance with the test cycle in disregard of the dramatic increase in emissions outside that narrow scope”.[53] Tajani declined to take action or report on Potocnik's concerns, until the Volkswagen emissions scandal
Volkswagen emissions scandal
confirmed the commissioner's concerns in 2015. At the subsequent EMIS hearing on the subject, Tajani claimed that he was not informed of the issue at the time.[54] In the eve of his election as President of the European Parliament, LGBTI rights group, ILGA-Europe, expressed its disappointment with Tajani's new political post and his political backing from the European People's Party
European People's Party
(EPP) and Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE). ILGA has stated that Tajani's concerns, expressed in 1996,[55] with the psychological well-being of same-sex couples and his stance, expressed in 2014, against non heteronormative families are not in line with the stances of the ALDE and the EPP on non-discrimination based on sexual orientation.[56] Recognitions[edit]

2 April 2014 - Aragon Empresa Award received by His Royal Highness Felipe the Prince of Asturias
Asturias
for his efforts in favour of industry and entrepreneurship[57][58] 10 February 2014 - Innovadores Award received by El Mundo in recognition of his support for the industry, entrepreneurship and innovation[59] 17 April 2012 – Honors for the commitment for SMEs and EU integration, Spanish Royal Institute of European Studies.[60] 28 March 2012 – Prize established by the Optical Society of America for his commitment to the promotion of Key Enabling Technologies. The Prize is awarded yearly to public leaders who have distinguished themselves for their activities in the field.[61] 19 March 2012 – Europe Prize 2011 by the Initiative Group of the Italians in Brussels (GII) for his strong commitment for the business community - in particular SMEs - and the promotion of the image of Italy
Italy
in Europe.[62] 21 November 2011 – International Journalism Prize "Argil: European man" in the category: "Communicating Europe". Award sponsored by the journalists press office (GUS), by UGEF (Unione Giornalisti Europei per il Federalismo secondo Altiero Spinelli) and by 'ANGPI (Associazione Nazionale Giornalisti Pubblicisti Italiani), as well as' the Union of Roman Chroniclers and with the support and contribution of the Regional Council of Lazio, agencies and public institutions.[63]

Public image[edit] In April 2015, the city of Gijón, in the Principality of Asturias (Spain) dedicated a street to Antonio Tajani, in recognition of his work done during his mandate as Vice President of the European Commission, responsible for Industry and Entrepreneurship. The naming of the street was proposed by the workers of the American company Tenneco
Tenneco
together with the federation of Asturian businesses, and approved unanimously by all political forces in the city Council of Gijón, for the mediation carried out by Tajani in September 2013 in the negotiations with Tenneco, which by decided to close the plant in Asturias
Asturias
and, if followed through, would have resulted in the dismissal of 210 employees. After a long and difficult negotiation with the leaders of the company and social partners, Tajani was able to obtain the reopening of the plant in April 2014, preserving the jobs of two-thirds of the workers.[64] Awards[edit]

Officer of the Legion of Honour
Legion of Honour
(France)[65] Appointed by the French Minister of Foreign Affairs Laurent Fabius.

Order of Civil Merit
Order of Civil Merit
(Spain)[66] References[edit]

^ Paolo Valentino (17 January 2017). "Dai monarchici a Berlusconi. La scalata di Tajani". Corriere della Sera.  ^ Il Velino.it[permanent dead link], 10 dicembre 2009 ^ "CV". ec.europa.eu.  ^ "Barroso II: 13 EPP Commissioners receive key portfolios"[permanent dead link], European People's Party, 27 November 2009; accessed 28 November 2009 ^ "Round-up of Tajani and Barrot hearings".  ^ Ue ok al piano di salvataggio il Sole 24 Ore, 12 Novembre 2008 ^ Alitalia, Bruxelles approva il piano di salvataggio Sciopero bianco, Fantozzi: "Chiederemo i danni" Il Giornale, 12 Novembre 2008 ^ "Alitalia slides into administration".  ^ CE/261/2004 Archived 27 March 2013 at the Wayback Machine. ^ Congratulazioni del ministro degli esteri Frattini per la nomina ^ (in English) Valutazione Archived 11 January 2012 at the Wayback Machine. del Parlamento Europeo su Tajani come commissario all'industria, a seguito di audizione ^ "Europa" Archived 19 January 2012 at the Wayback Machine., 21 novembre 2009 ^ "Six commissioners head for EU election campaign trail".  ^ "KUNA : Barroso announces caretaker replacements following resignation of 4 EU Commissioners - Politics - 01/07/2014". www.kuna.net.kw.  ^ Fare più industria contro la crisi Il Sole 24 Ore, 17 Ottobre 2012 ^ L'Europa si è accorta che senza industria non si vive Milano Finanza, 18 Dicembre 2012 ^ Une politique industrielle plus forte pour sortir de la crise Le Monde, 18 Dicembre 2012 ^ Uma polìtica industrial europeia mais forte para sair da crise Diario de Noticia, 19 Dicembre 2012 ^ Europe needs an industrial revival Wall Street Journal, 18 Dicembre 2012 ^ Tajani, piano europeo per la reindustrializzazione Il Sole 24 Ore, 10 Ottobre 2012 ^ Niente dighe all'industria UE Il Sole 24 Ore, 20 Dicembre 2012 ^ "Direttiva 2011/7/UE".  ^ Basta ritardi nei pagamenti Il Sole 24 Ore, 10 Aprile 2012 ^ Pagamenti, l'Ue contro i ritardi Il Messaggero, 5 Ottobre 2012 ^ Crisi, Tajani, recepire integralmente e presto direttiva pagamenti Euractiv, 5 Ottobre 2012 ^ "Campagna europea contro i ritardi di pagamento".  ^ Statement by Vice Presidents Rehn and Tajani on commercial debt of public administrations 18 March 2013 ^ Immatricolazione intracomunitaria da sveltire, la Commissione europea insiste Sicurauto, 6 Aprile 2012 ^ Immatricolazioni, Commissione propone taglio burocrazia Euractiv, 4 Aprile 2012 ^ UE, Tajani, Contraffazione toglie a Italia 110 mila posti di lavoro La Stampa, 20 Dicembre 2012 ^ Contraffazione, dalla Commissione UE nuovo regolamento pe rafforzare i controlli in tutti gli Stati Membri L'Avvenire, 15 Gennaio 2013 ^ Brussels woos fashion’s corporate titans Financial Times, 28 Febbraio 2013 ^ Sicurezza prodotti, nuove norme Ue c'è l'obbligo di indicare l'origine Repubblica, 13 Febbraio 2013 ^ Auto, piano europeo per il rilancio Il Sole 24 Ore, 5 Giugno 2012 ^ Auto, Bruxelles vara il piano d'azione Europeo Il Messaggero, 9 Novembre 2012 ^ Piano di rilancio dell'auto: la Ue punta sui fondi Bei Il Sole 24 Ore, 9 Novembre 2012 ^ EU Kommissar Laedt zum Autogipfel Financial Times Deutschland, 9 Novembre 2012 ^ Guarded welcome for EU drive to help struggling car industry Financial Times UK, 9 Novembre 2012 ^ Tajani unveils plan to make entrepreneurship more attractive European Voice, 10 Gennaio 2013 ^ Il piano Tajani: più imprenditori, anche con il crowdfunding Europarlamento24, 9 Gennaio 2013 ^ Antonio Tajani
Antonio Tajani
on SMEs, strategy and new economy Euronews, 15 Gennaio 2013 ^ "50.000 tourists initiative".  ^ The European Commission
European Commission
is promoting travel during the offseason in the EU and South America Archived 26 April 2014 at the Wayback Machine. Eurochile, 25 June 2012 ^ Turista avvisato, il decalogo della Commissione europea Eunews, 2 Agosto 2012 ^ Commission banking on potential of Chinese and Russian tourism Europolitics, 7 Novembre 2012 ^ Ue-Brasile: Tajani presidente gruppo lavoro bilaterale Ansa, 7 Marzo 2013 ^ Taranto snodo del piano europeo. Tajani: «Produzione fondamentale» Corriere della Sera, 12 Giugno 2013 ^ EU unveils action plan for Europe's ailing steel sector Reuters, 11 June 2013 ^ "Surprise in the European Parliament: an election campaign". Politico. 12 January 2017.  ^ "All you need to know about the election of the new Parliament president". European Parliament. 13 January 2017.  ^ Berlusconi indicates Tajani will be his choice for PM ^ Tajani accepts to be candidate via public tweet ^ "Leaked memo: EU commissioner ignored car emissions warnings".  ^ "Car emissions: former commissioners Potočnik and Tajani reply on "dieselgate"".  ^ "WRITTEN QUESTION No. 1289/96 by Antonio TAJANI to the Council. 'DIY' artificial insemination arranged between two Scottish homosexual couples". EUR-Lex Official Journal (C 305): 80. 1996-05-15.  ^ "Tajani on course for presidency – but does the end justify the means?".  ^ El vicepresidente de la Comisión Europea cree que "es el momento de invertir" Heraldo.es, 2 aprile 2014 ^ Antonio Tajani
Antonio Tajani
premiado en España por su contribución a la mejora de las pymes Euractiv.es, 2 aprile 2014 ^ El nuevo INNOVADORES, una herramienta de trabajo diaria para la 'economía del talento' El Mundo, 11 February 2014 ^ El Vicepresidente de la Comisión Europea y Comisario responsable de Industria y Espíritu emprendedor, D. Antonio Tajani, recibió la Medalla del Real Instituto de Estudios Europeos Real Institutos de estudios europeos (Royal Institute of European Studies), 25 April 2012 ^ Two European Commissioners Named OSA Advocates of Optics OSA, 28 Marzo 2012 ^ Gruppo di Iniziativa Italiana[permanent dead link] GII, 15 Marzo 2012 ^ Ecco i vincitori del Premio "Argil: uomo europeo" 2011 Giornalisti Calabria, 21 Novembre 2011 ^ "Spagna, a Gijon intitolata una strada ad Antonio Tajani, primo vicepresidente del Parlamento europeo".  ^ Rappresentanza Permanente della Francia presso l'Unione Europea, 15 Maggio 2012 ^ Gran Cruz de la Orden del Mérito Civil Agencia Estatal Boletin Oficial del Estado, 7 Febbraio 2013

External links[edit]

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in the European Parliament's database of members Declaration (PDF) of financial interests (in Italian) in 2004.

Political offices

Preceded by Franco Frattini Italian European Commissioner 2008–2014 Succeeded by Fernando Nelli Feroci

Preceded by Jacques Barrot European Commissioner for Transport 2008–2010 Succeeded by Siim Kallas

Preceded by Günter Verheugen as European Commissioner for Enterprise and Industry European Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship 2010–2014 Succeeded by Michel Barnier Acting

Preceded by Martin Schulz President of the European Parliament 2017–present Incumbent

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Barroso Commission
Barroso Commission
I (2004–09)

Joaquín Almunia Catherine Ashton6 José Manuel Barroso1 Jacques Barrot2 Joe Borg Karel De Gucht9 Stavros Dimas Benita Ferrero-Waldner Ján Figeľ10 Franco Frattini2, 5 Mariann Fischer Boel Dalia Grybauskaitė7 Danuta Hübner8 Siim Kallas2 László Kovács Neelie Kroes Meglena Kuneva3 Markos Kyprianou4 Peter Mandelson6 Charlie McCreevy Louis Michel9 Leonard Orban3 Andris Piebalgs Janez Potočnik Viviane Reding Olli Rehn Paweł Samecki8 Maroš Šefčovič10 Algirdas Šemeta7 Vladimír Špidla Antonio Tajani2, 5 Androulla Vassiliou4 Günter Verheugen2 Margot Wallström2

1 = President. 2 = Vice President. 3 = Served from 1 January 2007. 4 = Vassiliou replaced Kyprianou on 3 March 2008. 5 = Tajani replaced Frattini on 18 June 2008. 6 = Ashton replaced Mandelson on 3 October 2008. 7 = Šemeta replaced Grybauskaitė on 1 July 2009. 8 = Samecki replaced Hübner on 4 July 2009. 9 = De Gucht replaced Michel on 17 July 2009. 10 = Šefčovič replaced Figeľ on 1 October 2009.

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Barroso Commission
Barroso Commission
II (2009–14)

Foreign Affairs and Security Policy

Catherine Ashton1 (2010–14)

Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship

Viviane Reding2 (2010–2014) Martine Reicherts (2014)

Competition

Joaquín Almunia2 (2010–14)

Transport

Siim Kallas2 (2010–14)

Digital Agenda

Neelie Kroes2 (2010–14)

Industry and Entrepreneurship

Antonio Tajani2 (2010–14) Ferdinando Nelli Feroci (2014)

Inter-Institutional Relations and Administration

Maroš Šefčovič2 (2010–14)

Economic and Monetary Affairs and the Euro

Olli Rehn2 (2010–14) Jyrki Katainen2 (2014)

Environment

Janez Potočnik
Janez Potočnik
(2010–14)

Development

Andris Piebalgs
Andris Piebalgs
(2010–14)

Internal Market and Services

Michel Barnier2 (2010–14)

Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth

Androulla Vassiliou
Androulla Vassiliou
(2010–14)

Taxation and Customs Union, Audit and Anti-Fraud

Algirdas Šemeta
Algirdas Šemeta
(2010–14)

Trade

Karel De Gucht
Karel De Gucht
(2010–14)

Health

John Dalli
John Dalli
(2010-12) Tonio Borg
Tonio Borg
(2012–14)

Research, Innovation and Science

Máire Geoghegan-Quinn
Máire Geoghegan-Quinn
(2010–14)

Financial Programming and the Budget

Janusz Lewandowski
Janusz Lewandowski
(2010–14) Jacek Dominik (2014)

Maritime Affairs and Fisheries

Maria Damanaki
Maria Damanaki
(2010–14)

International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis

Kristalina Georgieva
Kristalina Georgieva
(2010–14)

Energy

Günther Oettinger2 (2010–14)

Regional Policy

Johannes Hahn
Johannes Hahn
(2010–14)

Climate Action

Connie Hedegaard
Connie Hedegaard
(2010–14)

Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy

Štefan Füle
Štefan Füle
(2010–14)

Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion

László Andor
László Andor
(2010–14)

Home Affairs

Cecilia Malmström
Cecilia Malmström
(2010–14)

Agriculture and Rural Development

Dacian Cioloș
Dacian Cioloș
(2010–14)

Consumer Policy

Neven Mimica (2013–14)

1 = First Vice President. 2 = Vice President.

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European Commissioners for Transport

Bodson Coppé Scarascia-Mugnozza Burke Contogeorgis Clinton-Davis Van Miert Matutes Oreja Kinnock de Placio Barrot Tajani Kallas Bulc

Authority control

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