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The Jenkins Commission is the European Commissionmarker that held office from 6 January 1977 to 6 January 1981. Its President was Roy Jenkins.

Work

It was the successor to the Ortoli Commission and was succeeded by the Thorn Commission. Despite stagnating growth and a higher energy bill, the Jenkins Commission oversaw the development of the Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union from 1977, which began in 1979 as the European Monetary System, a forerunner of the Single Currency or euro. President Jenkins was the first President to attend a G8 summit on behalf of the Community.

Membership

Portfolio(s) Commissioner Member state Party affiliation
President Roy Jenkins Labour
Taxation, Consumer Affairs, Transport Richard Burke Fine Gael
Vice-President;
External Relations
Wilhelm Haferkamp SPD
Energy, Research, Science Guido Brunner FDP
Competition Raymond Vouel Social Workers' Party
Internal Market, Customs Union, Industrial Affairs Étienne Davignon none
Vice-President;
Employment and Social Affairs
Henk Vredeling PvdA
Vice-President;
Agriculture-Fisheries
Finn Olav Gundelach
Vice-President;
Economic and Finance, Credit and Investments
François-Xavier Ortoli Gaullist
Development Claude Cheysson Socialist Partymarker
Regional Policy Antonio Giolitti PSI
Vice-President;
Enlargement, Environment, Nuclear Safety
Lorenzo Natali Christian Democrat
Budget and Financial Control, Financial Institutions Christopher Tugendhat Conservative Party


Summary by political leanings

The Jenkins Commission
The colour of the row indicates the approximate political leaning of the office holder using the following scheme:
affiliation number of commissioners
right leaning / conservative 4
liberal 1
left leaning / socialist 6
none/independent 2


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