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Um político português, actual presidente da Comissão Europeia. | A Portuguese politician, the current President of the European Commission.
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POR: José Manuel Durão Barroso GCC (Lisboa, São Jorge de Arroios, 23 de março de 1956) é um político e professor português, actual presidente da Comissão Europeia, cargo que ocupa desde Novembro de 2004. Em Portugal, foi sub-secretário do ministério dos assuntos internos, em 1985, e ministro dos Negócios Estrangeiros em 1992. Entre 2002 e 2004, ocupou o cargo de primeiro-ministro da República Portuguesa. A 23 de novembro de 2004, Durão Barroso assumiu as funções de Presidente da Comissão Europeia, cargo que irá assumir outra vez em Novembro de 2009, após ter sido reeleito pelo Parlamento Europeu a 16 de Setembro. O início da actividade política A ...
for32against   In my opinion Jose Manuel Barroso is quite good politician. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), positive
for1against   "We swim together or we sink together" says Barroso to China on the crises, spetr
for31against   I do not agree. Jose Manuel Barroso is bad choice. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), negative
for1against   Wellenreiter ohne Wirbelsäule!Er hatte noch nie von irgendetwas eine Ahnung!, SEPP
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Barroso return hopes


European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso moved closer to obtaining a second mandate as head of the European Union executive in Brussels after he received the key backing of French President Nicolas Sarkozy at a summit of EU leaders. “I have always liked the way he works, and I have not changed my opinion ... I will not be ashamed to support him,” Sarkozy said. He had previously appeared less enthusiastic about backing Barroso, a conservative and former prime minister of Portugal. However, Sarkozy suggested delaying Barroso’s appointment until after an October ...


Sarkozy vague on Barroso's EU future


French President Nicolas Sarkozy has recommended waiting until Ireland votes on the Lisbon Treaty for a second time before endorsing a candidate to succeed José Manuel Barroso as next president of the European Commission. Speaking at the conclusion of an extraordinary EU summit on Sunday (1 March), Sarkozy declined to give unreserved support for the former Portuguese prime minister."Regarding the different candidacies, as you know we are subject to the decision of our Irish friends for the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty and depending on that, we will ask ourselves the question," he ...


Barroso Overboard?


It is time for José Manuel Barroso to start selling himself. His chances of being re-appointed as President of the European Commission depend on the case he makes.Until the global financial crisis broke, Barroso looked fairly certain to get a second five-year term. Now, it is becoming increasingly hard to find diplomats or policymakers who support him. French President Nicolas Sarkozy is said to have been disappointed by Barroso’s performance during last autumn's financial meltdown, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel also seems to have fallen silent on the matter of his future.No ...


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Strasbourg: President Barroso presents his views on the June European Council, the outgoing Greek Presidency and on the incoming Italian Presidency
Speaking at the plenary session in Strasbourg, President Barroso debriefed the European Parliament on last week's European Council.
President Barroso visits Albania (30 June)
President Barroso's visit took place in the wake of the European Council which decided to grant Albania the status of a candidate country to the European Union.
Italian Presidency of the Council – visit of the College to Rome
On 3-4 July, the College of Commissioners is travelling to Rome for its traditional visit to the incoming Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
President Barroso visits Serbia (29 June)
President Barroso visited Serbia, where he met the country's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučićand visited the areas which suffered under the worst floods in over a century this May.



 
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