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A European Commissioner is a member of the "European Commission. Each "Commissioner within the college holds a specific portfolio and are led by the "President of the European Commission. In simple terms they are the equivalent of "national ministers. Each "European Union member state has the right to a single commissioner (before 2004, the four largest states—France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom—were granted two) and appoints them in consultation with the President.

The accession of "Romania and "Bulgaria in 2007 raised the number of commissioners from 25 to 27, and after the accession of "Croatia in 2013 the number of commissioners raised to 28. Below is a list of all past and present European Commissioners according to the member-state they were nominated by, including the Presidents of the "European Coal and Steel Community and "European Atomic Energy Community. The colours indicate their political background (blue for conservative or centre-right, mainly "European People's Party, red for left-wing or social democrats, mainly the "Party of European Socialists, yellow for centrist or liberals, mainly "European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party, and green for green politicians, mainly the "European Green Party).

Austria[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Franz Fischler "Agriculture and Rural Development "Santer / Marín "ÖVP
"Agriculture, Rural Development and "Fisheries "Prodi
"Benita Ferrero-Waldner[1] "External Relations and "European Neighbourhood Policy "Barroso I "ÖVP
"Trade and "European Neighbourhood Policy
"Johannes Hahn "Regional Policy "Barroso II "ÖVP
"European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations "Juncker

Belgium[edit]

"European Coal and Steel Community
Member Portfolio Authority Party
"Albert Coppé[2] "Long Term Policy ("Vice President) "Monnet "CVP
"General Objectives, Long Term Policy, "Markets, Agreements and "Transport ("Vice President) "Mayer
"General Objectives and Long Term Policy ("Vice President) "Finet
Member ("Vice President) "Malvestiti
"Transport and "Information ("Vice President) "Del Bo / "Coppé
"President
"Paul Finet[3] "Social Problems and "Administrative Questions "Monnet "BSP
"Social Problems "Mayer
"President "Finet
Member "Malvestiti
"Social Problems "Del Bo
Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Jean Rey "External Relations "Hallstein I "PLP
"External Relations "Hallstein II
"President "Rey
"Albert Coppé "Budget, "Credit, Investment, "Press and Information "Rey "CVP
"Social Affairs, "Transport, "Personnel, Administration, "Credit, Investment, "Budget and Financial Control "Malfatti
"Social Affairs, "Transport, "Personnel, Administration, "Credit, Investment, "Budget and Financial Control "Mansholt
"Henri Simonet "Taxation, "Financial Institutions and "Energy ("Vice President) "Ortoli "PS
"Étienne Davignon "Internal Market, "Industrial Affairs and "Customs Union "Jenkins "CDH
"Industrial Affairs, "Energy, "Research and Science ("Vice President) "Thorn
"Willy De Clercq "External Relations and "Trade "Delors I "PVV
"Karel Van Miert "Transport, "Credit, Investment, and "Consumer Protection "Delors II "Sp.a
"Competition, "Personnel and Administration ("Vice President) "Delors III
"Competition "Santer / Marín
"Philippe Busquin[4] "Research "Prodi "PS
"Louis Michel[4][5] "Research "Prodi "MR
"Development and "Humanitarian Aid "Barroso I
"Karel De Gucht[5] "Development and "Humanitarian Aid "Barroso I "VLD
"Trade "Barroso II
"Marianne Thyssen "Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility "Juncker "CD&V

Bulgaria[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Meglena Kuneva[6] "Consumer Protection "Barroso I "NDSV
"Kristalina Georgieva[7] "International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response "Barroso II "GERB
"Budget and Human Resources ("Vice President) "Juncker
"Mariya Gabriel[7] "Digital Economy and Society "Juncker "GERB

Croatia[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Neven Mimica[8] "Consumer Protection "Barroso II "SDP
"International Cooperation and "Development "Juncker

Cyprus[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Markos Kyprianou[9][10] "Budget "Prodi "DIKO
"Health "Barroso I
"Androulla Vassiliou[10] "Health "Barroso I "EDI
"Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth "Barroso II
"Christos Stylianides "Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management "Juncker "DISY

Czech Republic[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Pavel Telička[11] "Health and Consumer Protection "Prodi "US-DEU
"Vladimír Špidla "Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities "Barroso I "ČSSD
"Štefan Füle "Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy "Barroso II "ČSSD
"Věra Jourová "Justice, "Consumers and Gender Equality "Juncker "ANO

Denmark[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Finn Olav Gundelach[12] "Internal Market and "Customs Union "Ortoli "SD
"Agriculture and "Fisheries ("Vice President) "Jenkins
"Agriculture "Thorn
Poul Dalsager[12] "Agriculture "Thorn "SD
"Henning Christophersen "Budget, Financial Control, "Personnel and Administration ("Vice President) "Delors I "V
"Economic and Financial Affairs ("Vice President) "Delors II
"Economic, Financial and Monetary Affairs, "Credit and Investment ("Vice President) "Delors III
"Ritt Bjerregaard "Environment and "Nuclear Safety "Santer / Marín "SD
"Poul Nielson "Development and "Humanitarian Aid "Prodi "SD
"Mariann Fischer Boel "Agriculture and Rural Development "Barroso I "V
"Connie Hedegaard "Climate Action "Barroso II "KF
"Margrethe Vestager "Competition "Juncker "RV

Estonia[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Siim Kallas[13] "Economic and Monetary Affairs "Prodi "RP
"Administrative Affairs, Audit and Anti-Fraud ("Vice President) "Barroso I
"Transport ("Vice President) "Barroso II
"Andrus Ansip "Digital Single Market ("Vice President) "Juncker "RP

Finland[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Erkki Liikanen[14] "Budget, "Personnel and Administration "Santer / Marín "SDP
"Enterprise and "Information Society "Prodi
"Olli Rehn[14][15][16] "Enterprise and "Information Society "Prodi "SK
"Enlargement "Barroso I
"Economic and Monetary Affairs and the Euro ("Vice President) "Barroso II
"Jyrki Katainen[16] "Economic and Monetary Affairs and the Euro ("Vice President) "Barroso II "KOK
"Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness ("Vice President) "Juncker

France[edit]

"European Atomic Energy Community
Member Portfolio Commission Party
"Louis Armand "President "Armand Unknown
"Étienne Hirsch "President "Hirsch Unknown
"Pierre Chatenet "President "Chatenet "UDR
"European Coal and Steel Community
Member Portfolio Authority Party
"Jean Monnet "President "Monnet Unknown
"Léon Daum "Finance, "Investment, "Production and "Instructions "Monnet Unknown
"Finance, "Investment, "Production and "Instructions "Mayer
"Investment and "Production "Finet
"René Mayer "President "Mayer "PR
Roger Reynaud[17] Member "Finet Unknown
Member "Malvestiti
"Economic Policy and "Industrial Development "Del Bo / "Coppé
"Pierre-Olivier Lapie Member "Malvestiti "SFIO
"Energy "Del Bo / "Coppé
Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Robert Lemaignen "Overseas Development "Hallstein I Unknown
"Robert Marjolin "Economic and Financial Affairs ("Vice President) "Hallstein I "SFIO
"Economic and Financial Affairs ("Vice President) "Hallstein II
"Henri Rochereau "Overseas Development "Hallstein II Unknown
"Overseas Development "Rey
"Raymond Barre "Economic and Financial Affairs ("Vice President) "Rey "UDF
"Economic and Financial Affairs ("Vice President) "Malfatti
"Economic and Financial Affairs ("Vice President) "Mansholt
"Jean-François Deniau "Enlargement and "Development Aid "Malfatti "UDF
"Enlargement and "Development Aid "Mansholt
"Development, "Budget and Financial Control "Ortoli
"François-Xavier Ortoli "President "Ortoli "UDR / "RPR
"Economics, Finance, "Credit and Investment ("Vice President) "Jenkins
"Economics, Finance, "Credit and Investment ("Vice President) "Thorn
"Claude Cheysson[18] "Development, "Budget and Financial Control "Ortoli "PS
"Development "Jenkins
"Development "Thorn
"Mediterranean Policy and North-South Relations "Delors I
"Edgard Pisani[18][19] "Development "Thorn "PS
"Jacques Delors "President "Delors I "PS
"President "Delors II
"President "Delors III
"Christiane Scrivener "Taxation and Customs Union "Delors II "PR
"Taxation, Customs Union and "Consumer Protection "Delors III
"Yves-Thibault de Silguy "Economic and Financial Affairs, "Credit and Investment "Santer / Marín "RPR
"Édith Cresson "Research, Science, Technological Development, Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth "Santer / Marín "PS
"Pascal Lamy "Trade "Prodi "PS
"Michel Barnier[20] "Regional Policy "Prodi "UMP
"Jacques Barrot[20][21] "Regional Policy "Prodi "UMP
"Transport ("Vice President) "Barroso I
"Justice, Freedom and "Security ("Vice President)
"Michel Barnier[22] "Internal Market and Services ("Vice President) "Barroso II "UMP
"Pierre Moscovici "Economic and Financial Affairs, "Taxation and Customs "Juncker "PS

Germany[edit]

"European Coal and Steel Community
Member Portfolio Authority Party
Heinz Potthof Member "Monnet "SPD
"Franz Etzel[23] "Markets, Agreements and "Transport ("First Vice President) "Monnet "CDU
Member ("First Vice President) "Mayer
"Franz Blücher[24] Member "Finet "FDP
Heinz Potthoff[25] "Finance, "Budget and "Administration "Finet "SPD
"Finance and "Investment "Malvestiti
Karl-Maria Hettlage[25] "Finance and "Investment "Malvestiti "CDU
"Finance and "Investment "Del Bo / "Coppé
"Fritz Hellwig[26] "Coal and Steel Markets "Del Bo / "Coppé "CDU
Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Walter Hallstein "President "Hallstein I "CDU
"President "Hallstein II
"Hans von der Groeben "Competition "Hallstein I "CDU
"Competition "Hallstein II
"Internal Market and "Regional Policy "Rey
"Fritz Hellwig "Research, Technology and "Information Distribution ("Vice President) "Rey "CDU
"Wilhelm Haferkamp "Energy ("Vice President) "Rey "SPD
"Internal Market and "Energy ("Vice President) "Malfatti
"Internal Market and "Energy ("Vice President) "Mansholt
"Economics, Finance, "Credit and Investment ("Vice President) "Ortoli
"External Relations ("Vice President) "Jenkins
"External Relations and "Nuclear Affairs ("Vice President) "Thorn
"Ralf Dahrendorf "External Relations and "Trade "Malfatti "FDP
"External Relations and "Trade "Mansholt
"Research, Science and "Education "Ortoli
"Guido Brunner "Energy, "Research, Science and "Education "Jenkins "FDP
Karl-Heinz Narjes "Internal Market, "Industrial Innovation, "Customs Union, "Environment, "Consumer Protection, and "Nuclear Safety "Thorn "CDU
"Industrial Affairs, "Information Technology, "Research and Science ("Vice President) "Delors I
Alois Pfeiffer[27][28] "Economic Affairs, "Employment, "Credit and Investment "Delors I "SPD
"Economic Affairs and "Regional Policy
"Peter Schmidhuber[27] "Economic Affairs and "Regional Policy "Delors I "CSU
"Budget and Financial Control "Delors II
"Budget and Financial Control "Delors III
"Martin Bangemann "Internal Market, "Industrial Affairs and "Parliamentary Relations ("Vice President) "Delors II "FDP
"Industrial Affairs, "Information Technology and Telecommunications ("Vice President) "Delors III
"Industrial Affairs, "Information and Telecommunications Technologies "Santer / Marín
"Monika Wulf-Mathies "Regional Policy "Santer / Marín "SPD
"Michaele Schreyer "Budget "Prodi "Greens
"Günter Verheugen "Enlargement "Prodi "SPD
"Enterprise and Industry ("Vice President) "Barroso I
"Günther Oettinger[29][30] "Energy ("Vice President) "Barroso II "CDU
"Digital Economy and Society "Juncker
"Budget and Human Resources

Greece[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
Giorgios Contogeorgis "Transport, "Fisheries and "Tourism "Thorn "ND
"Grigoris Varfis[31] "Regional Policy and "Parliamentary Relations "Delors I "PASOK
"Consumer Protection
Vasso Papandreou "Employment, "Industrial Relations, "Social Affairs, "Education, Training and Youth "Delors II "PASOK
"Ioannis Paleokrassas "Environment, "Nuclear Safety and "Fisheries "Delors III "ND
"Christos Papoutsis "Energy, "SMEs and "Tourism "Santer / Marín "PASOK
"Anna Diamantopoulou[32] "Employment and Social Affairs "Prodi "PASOK
"Stavros Dimas[32] "Employment and Social Affairs "Prodi "ND
"Environment "Barroso I
"Maria Damanaki "Maritime Affairs and Fisheries "Barroso II "PASOK
"Dimitris Avramopoulos "Migration, Home Affairs and "Citizenship "Juncker "ND

Hungary[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Péter Balázs[33] "Regional Policy "Prodi "MSZP
"László Kovács "Taxation and Customs Union "Barroso I "MSZP
"László Andor "Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion "Barroso II "MSZP
"Tibor Navracsics "Education, Culture, Youth and Sport "Juncker "Fidesz

Ireland[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Patrick Hillery[34] "Social Affairs ("Vice President) "Ortoli "FF
"Richard Burke "Taxation, "Consumer Affairs, "Transport and "Parliamentary Relations "Jenkins "FG
"Michael O'Kennedy[35] "Personnel and Administration "Thorn "FF
"Richard Burke[35] "Personnel and Administration "Thorn "FG
"Peter Sutherland[36] "Competition, "Social Affairs, "Education and Training "Delors I "FG
"Competition and "Parliamentary Relations
"Ray MacSharry "Agriculture and Rural Development "Delors II "FF
"Pádraig Flynn "Social Affairs, Employment, "Immigration, Home Affairs and "Justice "Delors III "FF
"Social Affairs and Employment "Santer / Marín
"David Byrne "Health and Consumer Protection "Prodi "FF
"Charlie McCreevy "Internal Market and Services "Barroso I "FF
"Máire Geoghegan-Quinn "Research, Innovation and Science "Barroso II "FF
"Phil Hogan "Agriculture and Rural Development "Juncker "FG

Italy[edit]

"European Coal and Steel Community
Member Portfolio Authority Party
Enzo Giacchero "Press and Information "Monnet "DC
"Press and Information "Mayer
"Social Problems "Finet
"Piero Malvestiti "President "Malvestiti "DC
"Rinaldo Del Bo[37] "President "Del Bo "DC
Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Piero Malvestiti[38] "Internal Market ("Vice-President) "Hallstein I "DC
"Giuseppe Petrilli[39] "Social Affairs "Hallstein I "DC
"Giuseppe Caron[38][40] "Internal Market "Hallstein I "DC
"Internal Market ("Vice President) "Hallstein II
"Lionello Levi Sandri[41] "Social Affairs "Hallstein I "PSI
"Social Affairs ("Vice President) "Hallstein II
"Social Affairs, "Personnel and Administration ("Vice President) "Rey
"Guido Colonna di Paliano[40][42] "Internal Market "Hallstein II "DC
"Industrial Affairs "Rey
Edoardo Martino "External Relations "Rey "DC
"Franco Maria Malfatti "President "Malfatti "DC
"Altiero Spinelli[43] "Industry, "Technology, "Training, Education and "Customs Union "Malfatti "PCI
"Industry, "Technology, "Training, Education and "Customs Union "Mansholt
"Industry and "Technology "Ortoli
Carlo Scarascia-Mugnozza "Agriculture ("Vice President) "Mansholt "DC
"Parliamentary Affairs, "Environment, "Consumer Interests, "Transport and "Information ("Vice President) "Ortoli
Cesidio Guazzaroni[43] "Industry and "Technology "Ortoli "PRI
"Antonio Giolitti "Regional Policy "Jenkins "PSI
"Regional Policy "Thorn
"Lorenzo Natali "Enlargement, "Environment and "Nuclear Safety "Jenkins "DC
"Mediterranean Policy, Enlargement and "Information ("Vice President) "Thorn
"Cooperation, "Development and "Enlargement ("Vice President) "Delors I
"Carlo Ripa di Meana "Institutional Reform, "Information, "Culture and Tourism "Delors I "PSI
"Environment and "Nuclear Safety "Delors II
"Filippo Maria Pandolfi "Science, Research, Development, "Telecommunications, Information Technology and Innovation ("Vice President) "Delors II "DC
"Antonio Ruberti "Science, Research, Technological Development, "Education, Training and Youth ("Vice President) "Delors III "PSI
"Raniero Vanni d'Archirafi "Institutional Reform, "Internal Market, Financial Services, "Enterprise and SMEs "Delors III "DC
"Emma Bonino "Fisheries and "Consumers Policy "Santer / Marín "LB
"Mario Monti "Internal Market, Financial Services, "Customs and Taxation "Santer / Marín "Independent
"Competition "Prodi
"Romano Prodi "President "Prodi "ID / "DL
"Franco Frattini[44] "Justice, Freedom and "Security ("Vice President) "Barroso I "FI
"Antonio Tajani[44][45] "Transport ("Vice President) "Barroso I "PdL
"Industry and Entrepreneurship ("Vice President) "Barroso II
Ferdinando Nelli Feroci[45] "Industry and Entrepreneurship "Barroso II "PD
"Federica Mogherini "Foreign Affairs and Security Policy ("Vice President) "Juncker "PD

Latvia[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Sandra Kalniete[46] "Agriculture, Rural Development and "Fisheries "Prodi "LTF
"Andris Piebalgs "Energy "Barroso I "LPP / "LC
"Development "Barroso II
"Valdis Dombrovskis[47] "Euro and Social Dialogue ("Vice President) "Juncker "Unity
"Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union ("Vice President)

Lithuania[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Dalia Grybauskaitė[48][49] "Education and Culture "Prodi "Independent
"Financial Programming and the Budget "Barroso I
"Algirdas Šemeta[49] "Financial Programming and the Budget "Barroso I "TS
"Taxation and Customs Union, Audit and Anti-Fraud "Barroso II
"Vytenis Andriukaitis "Health and Food Safety "Juncker "SDP

Luxembourg[edit]

"European Coal and Steel Community
Member Portfolio Authority Party
Albert Wehrer Member "Monnet Unknown
Member "Mayer
"External Relations "Finet
Member "Malvestiti
"External Relations "Del Bo / "Coppé
Jean Fohrmann[50] "Social Problems "Del Bo / "Coppé "LSAP
Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Michel Rasquin[51] "Transport "Hallstein I "LSAP
"Lambert Schaus[51] "Transport "Hallstein I "CSV
"Transport "Hallstein II
"Victor Bodson "Transport "Rey "LSAP
"Albert Borschette "Competition, "Press, Information and "Regional Policy "Malfatti Unknown
"Competition, "Press, Information and "Regional Policy "Mansholt
"Competition, "Personnel and Administration "Ortoli
"Raymond Vouel "Competition "Jenkins "LSAP
"Gaston Thorn "President "Thorn "DP
"Nicolas Mosar "Energy "Delors I "CSV
"Jean Dondelinger "Cultural Affairs and "Information "Delors II Unknown
"René Steichen "Agriculture and Rural Development "Delors III "CSV
"Jacques Santer[52] "President "Santer "CSV
"Viviane Reding[53] "Education and Culture "Prodi "CSV
"Information Society and Media "Barroso I
"Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship ("Vice President) "Barroso II
Martine Reicherts[53] "Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship "Barroso II "CSV
"Jean-Claude Juncker "President "Juncker "CSV

Malta[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Joe Borg[54] "Development and "Humanitarian Aid "Prodi "PN
"Fisheries and Maritime Affairs "Barroso I
"John Dalli[55] "Health and Consumer Policy "Barroso II "PN
"Tonio Borg[55][56] "Health and Consumer Policy "Barroso II "PN
"Health
"Karmenu Vella "Environment, "Maritime Affairs and Fisheries "Juncker "PL

Netherlands[edit]

"European Coal and Steel Community
Member Portfolio Authority Party
"Dirk Spierenburg[57][58] "External Relations "Monnet Unknown
"External Relations "Mayer
"Steel, "Transport and "Concentrations ("First Vice President) "Finet
Member ("First Vice President) "Malvestiti
"Competition ("First Vice President) "Del Bo
"Johannes Linthorst Homan[57] Member ("First Vice President) "Malvestiti "VVD
"Competition "Del Bo / "Coppé
Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Sicco Mansholt "Agriculture ("Vice President) "Hallstein I "PvdA
"Agriculture ("Vice President) "Hallstein II
"Agriculture ("Vice President) "Rey
"Agriculture ("Vice President) "Malfatti
"President "Mansholt
"Maan Sassen "Competition "Rey "KVP
"Pierre Lardinois "Agriculture "Ortoli "KVP
"Henk Vredeling "Employment and Social Affairs ("Vice President) "Jenkins "PvdA
"Frans Andriessen[59] "Parliamentary Relations and "Competition "Thorn "KVP
"Agriculture and "Fisheries ("Vice President) "Delors I
"Agriculture ("Vice President)
"External Relations and "Trade ("Vice President) "Delors II
"Hans van den Broek "External Relations and "Enlargement "Delors III "CDA
"Central and Eastern European Relations and Enlargement "Santer / Marín
"Frits Bolkestein "Internal Market "Prodi "VVD
"Neelie Kroes "Competition "Barroso I "VVD
"Digital Agenda ("Vice President) "Barroso II
"Frans Timmermans "Better Regulation, Inter-Institutional Relations, "Rule of Law and Charter of Fundamental Rights ("First Vice President) "Juncker "PvdA

Poland[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Danuta Hübner[60][61] "Trade "Prodi "PO
"Regional Policy "Barroso I
"Paweł Samecki[61] "Regional Policy "Barroso I "PO
"Janusz Lewandowski[62] "Financial Programming and Budget "Barroso II "PO
Jacek Dominik[62] "Financial Programming and Budget "Barroso II "PO
"Elżbieta Bieńkowska "Internal Market, "Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs "Juncker "PO

Portugal[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
António Cardoso e Cunha[63] "Fisheries "Delors I "PSD
"Personnel, Administration, "Energy, "Small Business and "Tourism "Delors II
"João de Deus Pinheiro "Parliamentary Relations, "Communications, "Information and "Cultural Affairs "Delors III "PSD
"African, Caribbean and Asian Relations and "Development "Santer / Marín
"António Vitorino "Justice and "Home Affairs "Prodi "PS
"José Manuel Barroso "President "Barroso I "PSD
"President "Barroso II
"Carlos Moedas "Research, Science and Innovation "Juncker "PSD

Romania[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Leonard Orban[64] "Multilingualism "Barroso I "PNL
"Dacian Cioloş "Agriculture and Rural Development "Barroso II "Independent
"Corina Crețu "Regional Policy "Juncker "PSD

Slovakia[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Ján Figeľ[65][66] "Enterprise and "Information Society "Prodi "KDH
"Education, Training and Culture "Barroso I
"Education, Training, Culture and Multilingualism
"Maroš Šefčovič "Inter-Institutional Relations and Administration ("Vice President) "Barroso II "Smer-SD
"Energy Union ("Vice President) "Juncker

Slovenia[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Janez Potočnik[67] "Enlargement "Prodi "LD
"Science and Research "Barroso I
"Environment "Barroso II
"Violeta Bulc "Transport "Juncker "SMC

Spain[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Abel Matutes[68][69] "Credit, Investments, Financial Instruments and "SMEs "Delors I "PP
"Mediterranean and Latin American Policy "Delors II
"Energy and "Transport "Delors III
"Manuel Marín[70][71] "Social Affairs, Employment, "Education and Training ("Vice President) "Delors I "PSOE
"Cooperation, "Development and "Fisheries ("Vice President) "Delors II
"Cooperation, "Development and "Humanitarian Aid ("Vice President) "Delors III
"Mediterranean, Latin American and Middle Eastern Relations ("Vice President) "Santer / Marín
"President
"Marcelino Oreja[69] "Energy and "Transport "Delors III "PP
"Parliamentary Relations, "Culture and Audiovisual Policy and "Institutional Reform "Santer / Marín
"Loyola de Palacio "Parliamentary Relations, "Transport and "Energy ("Vice President) "Prodi "PP
"Pedro Solbes[72] "Economic and Monetary Affairs "Prodi "PSOE
"Joaquín Almunia[72] "Economic and Monetary Affairs "Prodi "PSOE
"Economic and Financial Affairs "Barroso I
"Competition ("Vice President) "Barroso II
"Miguel Arias Cañete "Climate Action and "Energy "Juncker "PP

Sweden[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Anita Gradin "Immigration, "Justice, "Home Affairs and "Financial Control "Santer / Marín "SAP
"Margot Wallström "Environment "Prodi "SAP
"Institutional Relations and "Communication Strategy ("First Vice President) "Barroso I
"Cecilia Malmström "Home Affairs "Barroso II "FP
"Trade "Juncker

United Kingdom[edit]

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Christopher Soames "External Relations ("Vice President) "Ortoli "Conservative
"George Thomson "Regional Policy "Ortoli "Labour
"Roy Jenkins "President "Jenkins "Labour
"Christopher Tugendhat "Budget, Financial Control and "Financial Institutions "Jenkins "Conservative
"Budget, Financial Control, "Financial Institutions, "Personnel and Administration ("Vice President) "Thorn
"Ivor Richard "Employment, Social Affairs, "Education and Training "Thorn "Labour
"The Lord Cockfield "Internal Market, "Customs Union and Taxation ("Vice President) "Delors I "Conservative
"Stanley Clinton-Davis[73] "Environment, "Consumer Protection, "Nuclear Safety and "Transport "Delors I "Labour
"Environment, "Nuclear Safety and "Transport
"Bruce Millan "Regional Policy "Delors II "Labour
"Regional Policy "Delors III
"Leon Brittan "Competition and "Financial Institutions ("Vice President) "Delors II "Conservative
"Trade ("Vice President) "Delors III
"External Relations and "Trade ("Vice President) "Santer / Marín
"Neil Kinnock "Transport "Santer / Marín "Labour
"Administrative Reform ("Vice President) "Prodi
"Chris Patten "External Relations "Prodi "Conservative
"Peter Mandelson[74] "Trade "Barroso I "Labour
"Catherine Ashton[74][75] "Trade "Barroso I "Labour
"Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
"Foreign Affairs and Security Policy ("First Vice President) "Barroso II
"Jonathan Hill[76] "Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union "Juncker "Conservative
"Julian King[76] "Security Union "Juncker "Independent

Nominated Commissioners[edit]

A number of commissioners were formally nominated and assigned portfolios before being withdrawn after their hearing with the "European Parliament, with the exception of Thorvald Stoltenberg, who withdrew after the rejection of Norway's "ascension referendum.

Commissioner Portfolio Commission Party
"Thorvald Stoltenberg ("Norway) "Fisheries "Santer "AP
"Rocco Buttiglione ("Italy) "Justice, Freedom and "Security ("Vice President) "Barroso I "UDC
"Ingrīda Ūdre ("Latvia) "Taxation and Customs Union "Barroso I "LZS
"Rumiana Jeleva ("Bulgaria) "International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response "Barroso II "GERB
"Alenka Bratušek ("Slovenia) "Energy Union ("Vice President) "Juncker "ZaAB

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Ferrero-Waldner held the External Relations brief in the Barroso I Commission until 1 December 2009, when "Catherine Ashton became "High Representative. She was then moved to Trade for the rest of her term.
  2. ^ Coppé was elevated to President of the High Authority from 1 March 1967 to 5 July 1967 following "Rinaldo Del Bo's resignation.
  3. ^ Finet served in the Del Bo Authority from 10 January 1964 to 18 May 1965, his death.
  4. ^ a b Busquin served in the Prodi Commission until 18 July 2004, when Michel assumed office.
  5. ^ a b Michel served in the Barroso I Commission until 17 July 2009, when De Gucht assumed office.
  6. ^ Kuneva served in the Barroso I Commission from 1 January 2007, Bulgaria's accession.
  7. ^ a b Georgieva served in the Juncker Commission until 1 January 2017. Gabriel has been nominated to replace her and is pending confirmation.
  8. ^ Mimica served in the Barroso II Commission from 1 July 2013, Croatia's accession.
  9. ^ Kyprianou served in the Prodi Commission from 1 January 2004, Cyprus's accession.
  10. ^ a b Kyprianou served in the Barroso I Commission until 3 March 2008, when Vassiliou assumed office.
  11. ^ Telička served in the Prodi Commission from 1 January 2004, the Czech Republic's accession.
  12. ^ a b Gundelach served in the Thorn Commission until 13 January 1981, his death. Dalsager assumed office on 20 January 1981.
  13. ^ Kallas served in the Prodi Commission from 1 May 2004, Estonia's ascension.
  14. ^ a b Liikanen served in the Prodi Commission until 12 July 2004, when Rehn assumed office.
  15. ^ Rehn was elevated to Vice President and given the Euro brief in the Barroso II Commission from 27 October 2011.
  16. ^ a b Rehn served in the Barroso II Commission until 1 July 2014, when Katainen assumed office.
  17. ^ Reynaud served in the Del Bo Authority until September 1963; he served again from 10 January 1964.
  18. ^ a b Cheysson served in the Thorn Commission until 23 April 1981. Pisani assumed office on 26 May 1981.
  19. ^ Pisani served in the Thorn Commission from 26 May 1981 – 3 December 1984 and was not replaced.
  20. ^ a b Barnier served in the Prodi Commission until 31 March 2004, when Barrot assumed office.
  21. ^ Barrot held the Transport brief in the Barroso I Commission until 9 May 2008, when "Franco Frattini resigned. He was then moved to Justice, Freedom and Security for the rest of his term.
  22. ^ Barnier was elevated to Vice President in the Barroso II Commission from 1 July 2014.
  23. ^ Etzel served in the Mayer Authority until 28 October 1957.
  24. ^ Blücher served in the Finet Authority until 26 March 1959, his death.
  25. ^ a b Potthof served in the Malvestiti Authority until 10 August 1962. He was replaced by Hettlage on 14 December 1962.
  26. ^ Hellwig served in the Del Bo Authority from 10 January 1964.
  27. ^ a b Pfeiffer served in the Delors I Commission until 1 August 1987, his death. He was replaced by Schmidhuber on 2 September 1987.
  28. ^ Pfeiffer held the Employment, Credit and Investment briefs in the Delors I Commission until 5 January 1986, with Portugal and Spain's accession.
  29. ^ Oettinger was elevated to Vice President in the Barroso II Commission from 1 July 2014.
  30. ^ After "Kristalina Georgieva's resignation on 1 January 2017, Oettinger held both the Digital Economy and Society portfolio and the Budget and Human Resources portfolio from that date.
  31. ^ Varfis held the Regional Policy and Parliamentary Relations briefs in the Delors I Commission until 5 January 1986, with Portugal and Spain's accession.
  32. ^ a b Diamantopoulou served in the Prodi Commission until 10 March 2004, when Dimas assumed office.
  33. ^ Balázs served in the Prodi Commission from 1 January 2004, Hungary's accession.
  34. ^ Hillery served in the Ortoli Commission until 2 December 1976 and was not replaced.
  35. ^ a b O'Kennedy served in the Thorn Commission until 3 March 1982. Burke assumed office on 1 April 1982.
  36. ^ held the Social Affairs, Education and Training briefs in the Delors I Commission until 5 January 1986, with Portugal and Spain's accession.
  37. ^ Del Bo served as President of the High Authority until 1 March 1967, when Albert Coppé assumed office. There was no replacement in the interim "Coppé Authority.
  38. ^ a b Malvestiti served in the Hallstein I Commission until 15 September 1959. Caron assumed office on 24 November 1959.
  39. ^ Petrilli served in the Hallstein I Commission until 8 February 1961, when Sandri assumed office.
  40. ^ a b Caron served in the Hallstein II Commission until 15 May 1963. Paliano assumed office on 30 July 1964.
  41. ^ Sandri was elevated to Vice President in the Hallstein II Commission from 30 July 1965.
  42. ^ Paliano served in the Rey Commission until 8 May 1970 and was not replaced.
  43. ^ a b Spinelli served in the Ortoli Commission until 13 July 1976, when Guazzaroni assumed office.
  44. ^ a b Frattini served in the Barroso I Commission until 23 April 2008. Tajani assumed office on 18 June 2008.
  45. ^ a b Tajani served in the Barroso II Commission until 1 July 2014. Feroci assumed office on 16 July 2014.
  46. ^ Kalniete served in the Prodi Commission from 1 May 2004, Latvia's ascension.
  47. ^ After "Jonathan Hill's resignation on 16 July 2016, Dombrovskis held both the Euro and Social Dialogue portfolio and the Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union portfolio from that date.
  48. ^ Grybauskaitė served in the Prodi Commission from 1 May 2004, Lithuania's ascension.
  49. ^ a b Grybauskaitė served in the Barroso I Commission until 1 July 2009, when Šemeta assumed office.
  50. ^ Fohrmann served in the Del Bo / Coppé Authority from 30 June 1965.
  51. ^ a b Rasquin served in the Hallstein I Commission until 27 April 1958, his death. Schaus assumed office on 18 June 1958.
  52. ^ Santer served as President of the Commission until 15 March 1999, when Manuel Marín assumed office. There was no replacement in the interim Marín Commission.
  53. ^ a b Reding served in the Barroso II Commission until 1 July 2014. Reicherts assumed office on 16 July 2014.
  54. ^ Borg served in the Prodi Commission from 1 May 2004, Malta's ascension.
  55. ^ a b Dalli served in the Barroso II Commission until 16 October 2012. Borg assumed office on 28 November 2012.
  56. ^ Borg held the Consumer Policy brief in the Barroso II Commission until 1 July 2013, with Croatia's accession.
  57. ^ a b Spierenburg served in the Malvestiti Authority until 25 September 1962. Homan assumed office on 15 December 1962.
  58. ^ Spierenburg served in the Del Bo Authority until 7 June 1965 and was not replaced.
  59. ^ Andriessen held the Fisheries brief in the Delors I Commission until 5 January 1986, Portugal's ascension.
  60. ^ Hübner served in the Prodi Commission from 1 May 2004, Poland's ascension.
  61. ^ a b Hübner served in the Barroso I Commission until 4 July 2009, when Samecki assumed office.
  62. ^ a b Lewandowski served in the Barroso II Commission until 1 July 2014. Dominik assumed office from 16 July 2014.
  63. ^ Cunha served in the Delors I Commission from 5 January 1986, Portugal's ascension.
  64. ^ Orban served in the Barroso I Commission from 1 January 2007, Romania's accession.
  65. ^ Figeľ served in the Prodi Commission from 1 May 2004, Slovakia's ascension.
  66. ^ Figeľ held the Multilingualism brief in the Barroso I Commission until 1 January 2007, Romania's ascension.
  67. ^ Potočnik served in the Prodi Commission from 1 May 2004, Slovenia's ascension.
  68. ^ Matutes served in the Delors I Commission from 5 January 1986, Spain's ascension.
  69. ^ a b Matutes served in the Delors III Commission until 27 April 1994, when Oreja assumed office.
  70. ^ Marín served in the Delors I Commission from 5 January 1986, Spain's ascension.
  71. ^ Marín was elevated to President of the Commission from 16 March 1999 to 12 September 1999 following "Jacques Santer's resignation.
  72. ^ a b Solbes served in the Prodi Commission until 10 April 2004. Almunia assumed office on 24 April 2004.
  73. ^ Clinton-Davis held the Consumer Protection brief in the Delors I Commission until 5 January 1986, with Portugal and Spain's accession.
  74. ^ a b Mandelson served in the Barroso I Commission until 3 October 2008. Ashton assumed office on 24 October 2008.
  75. ^ Ashton held the Trade brief in the Barroso I Commission until 1 December 2009. She was then moved to Foreign Affairs and Security Policy for the rest of her term.
  76. ^ a b Hill served in the Juncker Commission until 16 July 2016. King replaced him on 19 September 2016.
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