Why Politicians Covet The Eu PresidencyBy
When European leaders picked Jacques Delors for the first of his three terms as president of the European Commission back in 1984, it wasn't a complicated affair. There was some thought of replacing Luxembourger Gaston Thorn with French Foreign Minister Claude Cheysson. But by the time the official vote was cast, Delors was the only candidate.
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