Deeply divided, EU leaders halt talks after no deal on top jobs

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker attends a round table at the European Union leaders summit that aims to select candidates for top EU institution jobs, in Brussels, Belgium June 30, 2019. Geoffroy van der Hasselt/Pool via REUTERS

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – EU leaders suspended a summit on Monday after they failed to agree who should fill the bloc’s top jobs, with divisions over the marquee role of European Commission president as entrenched as ever after some 20 hours of talks. France, Germany and Spain proposed Dutch socialist Frans Timmermans as the next head […]

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