Jean-Claude Juncker

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Jean-Claude Juncker
Portrait of Juncker taken in March 2014
President of the European Commission
Incumbent
Assumed office
1 November 2014
Vice President Frans Timmermans
Preceded by José Manuel Barroso
Prime Minister of Luxembourg
In office
20 January 1995 – 4 December 2013
Monarch Jean
Henri
Deputy Jacques Poos
Lydie Polfer
Jean Asselborn
Preceded by Jacques Santer
Succeeded by Xavier Bettel
Minister for the Treasury
In office
23 July 2009 – 4 December 2013
Preceded by Luc Frieden
Succeeded by Vacant
Minister for Finances
In office
14 July 1989 – 23 July 2009
Prime Minister Jacques Santer
Preceded by Jacques Santer
Succeeded by Luc Frieden
Minister for Work and Employment
In office
20 July 1984 – 7 August 1999
Prime Minister Jacques Santer
Preceded by Jacques Santer
Succeeded by François Biltgen
Personal details
Born 9 December 1954 (1954-12-09) (age 60)
Redange, Luxembourg
Political party Christian Social People's Party
Spouse(s) Christiane Frising
Alma mater University of Strasbourg
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Jean-Claude Juncker (born 9 December 1954) is a politician from Luxembourg. Juncker studied Law. He was one of the people who designed the Maastricht Treaty.