Fabian Demicoli

Jean-Claude Juncker elected as the President of European Commission


Jean-Claude Juncker has been elected President of the European Commission
by a strong majority of 422 votes in the European Parliament plenary session.

After being proposed as candidate for
Commission President by the European Council on 27 June 2014, Jean-Claude
Juncker needed a majority of 376 votes in the European Parliament.

According to Jean-Claude Juncker during his presidency he will focus on ten policy
areas. The areas on the agenda focus on:

1. A new boost for jobs, growth and investment

2. A connected digital single market

3. A resilient energy union with a forward-looking climate change policy

4. A deeper and fairer internal market with a strengthened industrial base

5. A deeper and fairer economic and monetary union

6. A reasonable and balanced free trade agreement with the U.S

7. An area of justice and fundamental rights based on mutual trust

8. Towards a new policy on migration

9. A stronger global actor

10. A union of democratic change

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