Bulgarian, Mariya Gabriel, appointed European Commissioner for the Digital EconomyTuesday, 04 July 2017 17:07
The appointment of Mariya Gabriel was a formality. After her successful hearing on June 20, 517 MPs decided to support her. Seventy-seven others voted against her, and 89 abstained in the secret ballot.
At the European Commission, Mariya Gabriel will be responsible for the implementation of the European Digital Single Market. The Bulgarian left the European Parliament, where she sat since 2009 among the Christian Democrats (EPP).
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