PN leader in Brussels to discuss European Commission Presidency

Today, the Leader of Partit Nazzjonalista Adrian Delia attended  a summit in Brussels, organised by Partit Popolari Ewropew – European People’s Party (EPP).  During this event, the attendees discussed the process which will determine the new European Commission President following the recent European Parliamentary elections.

Delia stated that Partit Nazzjonalista’s position is as always been, “to safeguard the country’s interests”. He added that PN will be giving its full support to the candidate who will be elected as the new President of the European Commission and that the person should represent Malta’s aspirations and aims.

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It is believed that EPP will acquire a minimum of 178 seats in the European Parliament following the recent European elections. It also stated that it is currently the largest group in the European Parliament.

Also present at the summit was the out-going President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Council Donald Tusk, the President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani, and numerous other European leaders and candidates.

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