The newest EU leaders made statements European Parliament President David Sassoli and European Council President Charles Michel given a copy of the treaty into the new Commission President.
Ursula von der Leyen is shooting through the European Commission a month later than anticipated after the rejection of 3 commissioner-candidates from Parliament.
The Commission President tweeted a movie on Sunday of her shifting offices and moving in the Commission building in Brussels.
Treaty of Lisbon
It explained the union’s performance and produced a proper procedure to draw from the EU.
The changes set out in the treaty gave the European Parliament a bigger function, voting at the EU’s executive body and raising its legislative power.
“There might be no better day to start the job than this particular anniversary… we’re the custodian of the Lisbon soul,” von der Leyen said in the service as she spoke about the potency of the European Union.
“It’s our responsibility to preserve this treasure,” she explained about Europe.
The president of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde, talked about the previous ten years in Europe, saying the decade declared incredible change involving the growth of engineering, a monetary catastrophe, and the global community acting on climate change.
“It is to maneuver from an era of repair into an era of renovation and expect,” Lagarde said.