Reuniting Europe

I was leaked by a strange individual the draft organigram as of yesterday (2 September) of the Juncker Commission. I take it as a compliment for the strong coverage by EurActiv. See it yourself, and read EurActiv with details tomorrow.
The organigram was leaked by apparently someone external to Juncker’s services, as the person couldn’t provide any explanation whatsoever about the President-elect political thinking. Also, the document is clearly not a final version and subject to change. But it speaks for itself and is full of surprises.

If you find it difficult to read the photo, visit my Twitter account where the portfolio of every commissioner is specified.

Is it a scoop? No, I was leaked, probably not by Juncker himself, who must be furious. But papers circulate and maybe some insiders wanted it that way, to test the water. Read EurActiv.
Here is the list of the Juncker college, according to this draft, which is still subject to change. If you use it for professional reasons, would be nice to attribute the leak to EurActiv:

Luxembourg – Jean-Claude Juncker – President (EPP)

Poland – Elżbieta Bieńkowska – Vice President, Budget & Financial Control (EPP)
Estonia- Andrus Ansip – Vice President, Growth, EMU, European Semester, Social dialog (ALDE)
Latvia – Valdis Dombrovkis – Vice President, Energy Union (EPP)
Slovenia – Alenka Bratušek, Vice President, Digital & Innovation (ALDE)
The Netherlands – Frans Timmermans – Vice President, Better Regulation (S&D)
Italy – Federica Mogherini – Vice President, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (S&D)

Sweden – Cecilia Malmström – Justice and Anti-Fraud (ALDE)
Hungary – Tibor Navracsics – Customs (EPP)
Greece – Dimitris Avramopoulos – Migration, Rights, Home Affairs (EPP)
Croatia – Neven Mimica – Regional Policy (S&D)
Bulgaria – Kristalina Georgieva – Taxation, Fight against Fraud (EPP)
Ireland – Phil Hogan – Agriculture (EPP)
Malta – Carmenu Vela – Fisheries (S&D)
Germany – Günther Oettinger – Trade (EPP)
France – Pierre Moscovici – Competition (S&D)
Finland – Jyrki Katainen – Economic and Monetary Affairs (EPP)
Denmark – Margrethe Vetager – Environment (ALDE)
Portugal – Carlos Moedas – Employment and Social Affairs (EPP)
UK – Jonathan Hill – Energy and Climate Change (ECR)
Spain – Miguel Arias Cañete – Research and Innovation – (EPP)
Czech Republic- Věra Jourová – Transport and Space – (ALDE)
Cyprus – Christos Stylianides – Internet and Culture (EPP)
Romania – Corina Creţu – Humanitarian Aid (S&D)
Belgium – Marianne Thyssen (?) – Skills, Youth and Multilingualism (EPP)
Slovakia – Maroš Šefčovič – Development (S&D)
Austria – Johannes Hahn – Neighbourhood (EPP)
Lithuania – Vytenis Andriukaitis – Health and Food Safety (S&D)

 

* Update, 4 September *

EurActiv’s main story: ‘EXCLUSIVE: The Juncker team revealed

Read the EurActiv article, see the infographic

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