Von der Leyen seeks to be 1st woman head of EU executive


Germany’s Ursula von der Leyen on Tuesday made a stride nearer to turning into the main lady European Commission head after her vision of a greener, more pleasant and standard based Europe prevailed upon liberal lawmakers.

Securing their help and those of the communists over sponsorship from preservationists would guarantee her authenticity and help her to handle disputable issues, for example, environmental change, exchange and keeping up equitable standards in the 28-nation bloc.

If European Parliament administrators dismiss von der Leyen, it will be a genuine blow for the alliance, plagued by moves running from exchange to Brexit and disintegration of law based standards. It would likewise make a migraine for EU pioneers who might need to think of another applicant in a month.

“My gathering will bolster Ms von der Leyen today. We are anticipating work seriously with her to push Europe ahead. There is a ton of work in front of us. Let’s reestablish Europe together!” said Dacian Ciolos, head of liberal gathering Restore Europe.

Von der Leyen, who this week surrendered as German barrier serve, needs 374 decisions in favor of an outright majority.

The 60-year-old preservationist can depend on 182 votes from the moderate European People’s Gathering and needs to prevail upon the 153 individuals from the Dynamic Coalition of Communists and Democrats and the 108 from the Reestablish Europe dissidents. — Reuters