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July 20, Paris, France. In he was promoted to staff member for the director-general for securities and financial markets.
He was put in charge of the trade union’s studies center. He left the CFTC when he became a high government official to avoid conflicts of interests. During this period he developed what would become one of the main principles of his political action in the future: This means that some economic decisions for example, the policy on salaries should be tesodo through negotiations not only with the trade unions inside the company or industry concerned, but also with the authorities at the national level.
Maybe because it was too revolutionary for that period, Delors’ idea did not find its way into the council’s Fifth Plan – Georges Pompidou, France’s prime minister from to and later presidentwould partly refer to this concept in his social policy. Inwhen Pierre Messmer became prime minister, Delors went back to the secretariat-general for professional training.
He was dismissed from this post a few months later because he was accused of favoritism towards left-wing organizations. He started lecturing courses in company management at the University of Enicerra IX in That same year he returned to the French Central Bank as a member laa its general council; a position he kept until At first, he had to face hostility from some of the party’s leaders, due to his earlier participation in the right-wing Educzcion government.
In Delors was elected as a member of the European Parliament a body with little real legislative power teeoro the European Communitywhere he soon became chairman of the Economic and Monetary Committee of the European Parliament. He was one of the most moderate members of the Pierre Mauroy government, which conducted rather far left economic and social policies.
Delors was disappointed but, given his interest and jacquez in Endierra affairs, Eucacion strongly supported his nomination to the post of president of the European Commission, the permanent executive and administrative branch of the European Community. When he became president of the European Commission in JanuaryDelors had to face the member states’ unwillingness to make any further progress towards a closer integration inside the European Community EC.
The Council of the European Ministers, the ultimate governing body of the EC, was not able to undertake the indispensable changes toward this goal. This was due to disagreements among member states on a common European policy and their perception that the EC could not help them in coping with the economic crisis.
This period of stagnation of the integration process is known as the period of “Eurosclerosis.
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This ambitious long-term program total free movement of persons, goods, services, and capital inside the European Community was formalized into a commission White Paper. At first glance, it dealt only with the javques aspects of European integration.
But it was obvious that it could not be achieved without important institutional changes. Therefore, the commission urged member states to modify some provisions of the existing EC treaties in order to prepare for the necessary transfers of power from the member states to the EC. In a new treaty, called the “Single European Act, ” was approved by the member states. This act took over the commission’s program and made it possible for the council the real legislative power of the community to make all the decisions concerning its achievement by majority instead of the previously required unanimity.
It also gave new powers to the community’s institutions. This major progress in the European integration process represented a huge personal success for Ajcques. During his first mandate Delors also strove for greater efficiency of the EC budget and for progress on such community issues such as agriculture, research and development, and external commercial relations.
A second mandate as president of the European Commission was unanimously granted to him by the member states, who considered that he was the best qualified person to achieve the educaciion program he had promoted.
During his second four-year mandate, which started in January,Delors stressed the need for a wider sducacion dimension to the EC’s future single market. Unfortunately, the social charter approved by the council in December lacked real efficiency, despite the support of the European Parliament and of some influential member states, such as France.
In Delors presented a report by the commission on the European Economic and Monetary Union for the creation of a new central bank of Europe and a single European currency. Another important initiative on the road toward greater European integration was the European Political Union. Fearing that any action undertaken to foster such a confederation could delay or even stop completely the whole European Community’s ub process, Delors stressed the absolute priority that had to be given to reinforcing the European Political Union of the twelve members before considering the inclusion of Eastern Europe into a confederation.
Delors favored the creation of a European federation of the twelve member states as a first step before moving to Mitterrand’s European Confederation. The End of a Presidency Delors’ mandate as president of the European Commission expired at the end of Both supporters and detractors agreed on the importance of Delors’ ten-year presidency of the commission.
As commission president, Delors could set the agenda but he relied on his relations with community leaders, above all with Helmut Kohl, for the implementation of his proposals.
The press often presented Delors as a potential candidate for the French presidency in He declined to run for the office, however, citing personal and political reasons. Delors was one of the most credible candidates encisrra the political left, and polls had given him a clear lead. Delors knew his decision not to stand would sadden, even anger his supporters, but citing his age and his fears of sharing power with a right-wing parliament, he could not represent the Socialists.
He was born in in Paris, France.
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The son of an employee of the French Central Bank. During his secondary school studies he went to two different schools: In Delors studied law at the University of Clermont-Ferrand. The key to Delors’ success was his unique contribution of strategic sense, fierce dedication and negotiating skill. Though born and brought up in a Paris working-class district and without a university education, he became a top-flight politician on the international level.
Jacques Delors (born July 20, ), French politician, statesman | Prabook
He was the chief architect of Western Europe’s drive toward market unity by In FebruaryDelors was selected as the recipient of the Erasmus Prize for exceptional services to Europe. In he received the Freedom medal. He left this party in shortly after he helped encierea merge with a small left-wing party to form the new Unified Socialist Party.
Later he became a member of Party of European Socialists. I want the French people to play an active role in our democracy and to help change society. I wouldn’t have been able to guarantee that as president, ” Delors commented.
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