the executive body of the European Union formed in 1967, which initiates action in the EU and mediates between member governments: Former name (until 1993): Commission of the European Communities
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How to use European Commission in a sentence
European Commission spokesman Frederic Vincent told reporters on Tuesday that the Spanish authorities have a lot to answer for.
Over the weekend, Putin himself told the president of the European Commission that his forces could take Kiev within two weeks.NATO Plans New Military Outposts to Stop Putin—Just Don't Call Them Bases | Eli Lake | September 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The right to be forgotten is a law passed in 2012 that was upheld this year by the European Commission.
Before the new recommendations can take effect they have to be adopted by the European Commission.
Christine Lagarde can be the change… (laughter) 46:50 FRIEDMAN: President of the European Commission?
The European Commission claims the right to exercise control whenever it sees fit.