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From 2003, Swiss citizens have free and total access to the EU job market while in Switzerland official preference to Swiss employees is eliminated.
TEHRAN (FNA)- World powers expect European Union Foreign Policy chief Catherine Ashton to lead nuclear negotiations with Iran during a four-month extension of the talks, even though she leaves her EU job in late October, a senior western diplomat said.
KEVIN Cardiff's chances of securing a plum EU job turned into farce last night when the man he is set to replace admitted badmouthing him in emails to MEPs.
The immediate EU job was to provide medical supplies and fuel, paving the way for a new era in which ordinary Libyans feel secure: "People feeling secure in the country is fundamental to its future," she said at a press conference in Brussels.
Some reports, albeit in Labour-supporting newspapers, suggest he could be packed off to Brussels for a plum EU job, if he appears to be in danger of losing his Sheffield seat.
Yet, despite 44 legal eagles enrolling on the course, just FOUR have managed to secure a dream EU job.
Maen nhw'n wleidyddion, dyna eu job nhw, siarad hefo pobl a bod yn gyfeillgar, hyd yn oed os ydi hynny'n ffug, fe ddylia nhw smalio bod yn gyfeillgar.
Officials from other European governments have made plain privately that Mandelson, a strong pro-European, would be given a senior EU job if hehad the PM's backing.
De Rossa allegedly warned her she could face party discipline if she did not shut up about her opposition to civil servant Kevin Cardiff getting a top EU job.
Juliana Nikolova, who is in charge of controlling the spending of EU funds, Andrey Kovachev, MEP from the ruling GERB party, MEP, and former Foreign Minister, Nadezhda Mihaylova and Vice President of the World Bank, Kristalina Georgieva, have also been tipped as potential contenders for the top EU job, insiders say.
TOP Brussels Eurocrats are tipping Donegal-based North West Fianna Fail MEP, Pat The Cope Gallagher, as a "dark horse" in the race for the top EU job as Ireland's next European Commissioner.
He even claimed it was not his place to pass judgment on any of his team -but later admitted the actions of French commissioner Edith Cresson in appointing a close friend to a top EU job were "deplorable".