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Danske Europa-Kommissærer

Danmark har siden 1974 haft ét medlem af Europa-Kommissionen, udpeget af regeringen. Danmarks første kommissær var Finn Gundelach, der var karrierediplomat, men efter ham har kommissærerne været politikere. Da Danmark skulle udpege en ny EU-kommissær for perioden 2014-19, overraskede regeringen ved at pege på økonomi- og indenrigsminister Margrethe Vestager. Radikale Venstre havde aldrig før haft en EU-kommissærpost.[1]

Navn Parti Tiltrædelse Afgang Område Kommissionsformand
Finn Gundelach[2] 06.01.1973 05.01.1981 Internt marked og toldunion (1973-77)
Næstformand (1977-81)
Landbrug og fiskeri (1977-81)
Gaston Thorn, Roy Jenkins
Poul Dalsager[3] Socialdemokraterne 20.01.1981 05.01.1985 Landbrug Gaston Thorn
Henning Christophersen[4] Venstre 06.01.1985 22.01.1995 Næstformand (1985-95)
Økonomi og Finans
Jacques Delors
Ritt Bjerregaard[5] Socialdemokraterne 23.01.1995 15.03.1999
(15.09.1999)
Miljø Jacques Santer
Poul Nielson[6] Socialdemokraterne 16.09.1999 21.11.2004 Udviklingsbistand Romano Prodi
Mariann Fischer Boel[7] Venstre 22.11.2004 31.10.2009
(09.02.2010)
Landbrug José Manuel Barroso
Connie Hedegaard[8] Konservative 2009 2014 Klima José Manuel Barroso
Margrethe Vestager Radikale Venstre 2014 2019 Konkurrence Jean-Claude Juncker

KilderRediger

  1. ^ dr.dk: "Vestager træder ud af regeringen og bliver EU-kommissær", hentet 31. august 2014
  2. ^ European Union: Finn Olav Gundelach: "Member of the CEC in charge of Internal Market and Customs Union" (06/01/1973-05/01/1977)
    "Vice-President of the CEC in charge of Agriculture and Fisheries" (06/01/1977-05/01/1981), hentet 31. august 2014
  3. ^ European Union: Poul Dalsager: "Member of the CEC in charge of Agriculture" (20/01/1981-05/01/1985), hentet 31. august 2014
  4. ^ European Union: Henning Christophersen: "Vice-President of the CEC in charge of Budget, Financial Control, Personnel and Administration" (06/01/1985-05/01/1989), hentet 31. august 2014
    "Vice-President of the CEC in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs, Coordination of Structural Funds and the Statistical Office" (06/01/1989-05/01/1993), hentet 31. august 2014
    "Vice-President of the EC in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs, Monetary Matters (in agreement with the President), Credit and Investments and the Statistical Office" (06/01/1993-22/01/1995), hentet 31. august 2014
  5. ^ European Union: Ritt Bjerregaard: "Member of the EC in charge of Environment and Nuclear Safety" (23/01/1995-15/03/1999)
    "Acting Member of the EC" (16/03/1999-15/09/1999)
    , hentet 31. august 2014
  6. ^ European Union: Poul Nielson: "Member of the EC in charge of Development and Humanitarian Aid" (16/09/1999-21/11/2004), hentet 31. august 2014
  7. ^ European Union: Mariann Fischer Boel: "Member of the EC in charge of Agriculture and Rural Development" (22/11/2004-31/10/2009)
    "Member in office of the EC in charge of Agriculture and Rural Development" (01/11/2009-09/02/2010)
    , hentet 31. august 2014
  8. ^ European Union: Connie Hedegaard: "Member of the EC in charge of Climate Action", hentet 31. august 2014