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Haupt arrow In Brief arrow Reelected EPP President Daul to EuroFora: Yes up to 2014 + Financial Perspectives 2013-2020 !

Reelected EPP President Daul to EuroFora: Yes up to 2014 + Financial Perspectives 2013-2020 !

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Dienstag, 13 Dezember 2011

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Experienced Strasbourg's MEP Joseph Daul (France/ChristianDemocrat/EPP), after succeeding a landmark Triple Win on 2009 EU Elections (See "EuroFora"s relevant NewsReport) will lead EU Parliament's biggest Political Group (EPP) up to the crucial next EU Elections of 2014, after his uncontested, large majority re-election tonight by a well-attended meeting of ChristianDemocrats MEPs.


- "Even if 2014 Election is a differend thing, we certainly will have to prepare it, but, meanwhile, we have a lot to do during these 2,5 Years, (12/2011-6/2014), starting by right now, agreed in reply to "EuroFora"s questions Daul, smiling, after many MEPs congratulated him, making an indirect but obvious reference to the immediatedly forthcoming EU Parliament's activites related to EU's Economy Stabiliy and mainly Growth,  (See other, relevant "EuroFora"s NewsReport), as well as the adoption of Strategic EU's Financial Perspectives in all European Policies for the period of 2013-2020, (Comp. earlier relevant Daul's statements to "EuroFora").

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Daul naturally agreed with "EuroFora" that during this next period of his Chairmanship, the context is due to be obviously marked also by the forthcoming Elections mainly in France (mid-2012), Germany (2013), and Italy (2013), as well as in various other EU Countries, (including Greece, Cyprus, etc).


Meanwhile, the EPP Group also elected or re-elected its vice-Presidents, including Vito Bonsignore (Italy), Gunnar Hoekmark (Sweden), Ioannis Kasoulides (Cyprus), Marian Jean Marinescu (Romania), Manfred Weber (Germany) and Corien Wortmann-Kool (Netherlands) - cf. their recent or earlier statements to "EuroFora"s founder, as well as Jaime Mayor Oreja (Spain), Jan Olbrycht (Poland), Paulo Rangel (Portugal), József Szájer (Hungary).


EPP Group also elected its candidates for future EU Parliaments' vice-Presidents and Committees' Chairmen for the period 2012-2014.

 

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(NDLR : "DraftNews", as already sent to "EuroFora"s Subscribers/Donors. A more accurate and complete, Final NewsReport may be published asap)

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