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Martin Schulz’s reappointment as President of the European Parliament confirms what has been the behind the scenes talk in Brussels these past days.
Always linked to relevant posts in his country, Luxembourg, Jean-Claude Juncker has been far more influential in the financial structure of world macro-Economics than what is publicly known. This is evident by merely reviewing his CV. His occupying posts at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank (WB), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), as well as his immense power within the ECOFIN that designed the Euro concentrates in Juncker ties to economic powers that likewise draw up world geo-politics.
In obvious contrast, Juncker has always belonged to a socially-prone Christian party whose principles should favour and encourage social action. Nevertheless, he seems to have contributed very little in this direction.
We, who lived the years of the transformation from EEC to EU with the Treaty of Maastricht, are aware of Juncker’s key role in the consolidation but also that his economic-prone proposals finally underscored the vision of a more social and just Europe defended by Jacques Delors.
Just before he is crowned King of the EU, Jean-Claude Juncker has the approval of almost all except the British Prime Minister, David Cameron.
What awaits us in this new rule in which the two main political groups, conservatives and social democrats have signed a treaty to their own interests? Who is the Union’s true ruler?