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FT: Tight competition for Romania EC seat

Vineri, 13 octombrie 2006, 0:00

Financial Times reports that Romanian Justice minister Monica Macovei should be taken into consideration as a potential future representative for Romania in the European Commission once the country joins the EU.

According to the newspaper, Macovei is considered for the seat along with her fellow EU Integration minister Anca Boagiu, despite many Romanian officials suggested lately that she’d better stay and take care of the Justice reform back home.

The newspaper describes Macovei as a militant against corruption who is seen as a “hero” in Brussels for her fight in support of Justice reform. And Anca Boagiu is described as a major contributor to dropping EU support among Romanian citizens, which she says is a sign that they were starting to be better informed on EU issues.

The competition between the two is tight, FT says, and Romania may eventually leave it for EC President Jose Manuel Barroso to make a choice.

According to the Nice Treaty, each member state must nominate a commissioner for a specific field. It is yet to be announced which area will be attributed to the commissioners of Bulgaria and Romania.

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