European Commission’s new President Ursula? This first woman in the history of the European Union has been nominated the new president of the European Commission. Germany’s Defense Minister Ursula von der Lane has become the new president. Germany and France have been negotiating for the European Council’s new presidential election for a week in the highest position of the European Union. Ursula von der Lane was nominated as the new candidate after the proposed candidates. European Commission’s new President Ursula?
The European Commission’s two-time president, J. Claude, was due to retire because of his retirement. On Tuesday night, in the meeting of the leaders of the European Union member states in Brussels, nominations were nominated for some important European Union positions including the president of the European Commission.
The current Defense Minister of the German coalition government, Ursula von der Lane, is known to be close to Chancellor Angela Merkel. The 60-year-old politician has been the vice president of the Christian Democrats since 2010. Prior to this, he also served as the Minister of Family Affairs in Nidarsaxen State. The doctor in the profession and the mother of seven children, Ursula Von Dar Lane, studied medicine and studied politics and economics at the London School of Economics.
German Prime Minister Charles Mitchell has been nominated as the European Council’s new president, French President Christine Lagarde has been nominated for the post of European Central Bank and Foreign Minister Joseph Borrell has been nominated for the post of Foreign Affairs, Security, Defense Commissioner.
European Commission’s new President Ursula?
On Tuesday night, in the meeting of the leaders of the European Union member states in Brussels, the nomination of European Union President and other important European Union positions, but the nomination will require the approval of the European Parliament.
There are three main institutions in the European Union. These are the European Parliament, European Commission, and the European Council. Members of the European Parliament or Parliament represent mainly the people of coalition countries. The European Parliament act as the lawmaker on various issues of the coalition. EU parliamentary approval is also required in the coalition budget. The committee, which is responsible for the administrative affairs of the European Commission and European Council member states, Members of the EU Parliament will elect their nominated candidates, including the president of the European Commission for five years, with their preferred vote.