Thursday December 12, 2019

Choice of Juncker’s successor is critical for Ireland’s future in Europe

19th May, 2019
Jean-Claude Juncker

The harmony and strong relations built between Ireland and the EU in the past five years are about to be disrupted as the five-year EU parliamentary term ends. With it, the European Commission – its de facto government, comprised of commissioners from all member states and their president, the most powerful person in the EU.

The changing of the guard for the highest position in Europe, will be watched carefully in Dublin – as carefully...

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