Martin Selmayr
age: 50 years
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Germany
Head of cabinet of the EC Commission President
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Answer to a written question - Martin Selmayr – appointment to the post of head of the Commission Representation in Austria - E-003908/2019(ASW)

Thursday, February 20, 2020 08:03:00 PM

EN E-003908/2019 Answer given by Mr Hahn on behalf of the European Commission (20.2.2020) The College of Commissioners decided on 24 July 2019 (PV(2019) 2305) to transfer Mr Martin Selmayr in the interest of the service, under Article 7 of the Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Union, to....
Von der Leyen’s deSelmayrisation of the European Commission

Friday, January 31, 2020 07:51:00 PM

Cut off the head of the snake, and the body will die, the old adage goes. In the European Commission, the process is a little bit slower than that. The start happened, when Martin Selmayr , went from being Secretary-General and captain of the cruise ship that is the European Commission, to Head of its Representation in Vienna.
Ilze Juhansone to be European Commission’s top civil servant

Tuesday, January 14, 2020 01:42:00 PM

Ilze Juhansone is set to become the European Commission's secretary-general. According to two Commission officials, the College of Commissioners will appoint her at its meeting in Strasbourg on Tuesday. Juhansone has been acting secretary-general since the resignation of Martin Selmayr , the powerful previous incumbent, last summer.
Brexit, the sequel

Sunday, January 12, 2020 02:07:00 AM

The European Commission heavyweight dubbed “the Monster of Brussels” by British officials has said he thinks Boris Johnson can thrash out a trade deal with the EU by the end of the year — as long as the government is properly organised. Martin Selmayr offered a surprisingly nuanced assessment of the....
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