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  1. José Manuel Barroso is Part-time Professor at the School of Transnational Governance. He is former President of the European Commission (2004/2009 and 2009/2014), former Prime Minister and member of the Portuguese Government (1985/1995 and 2002/2004) in varying roles including Minister of Foreign Affairs.

  2. 20 set 2011 · José Manuel Barroso @JMDBarroso · Jul 24 As a #polio case is identified in New York, we are reminded of the critical importance for all children across the globe to be fully immunised against this disease. Polio cases are down 99.9% since 1988 and we have a unique opportunity to stop its transmission for good. #EndPolio Quote Tweet

  3. He was previously Prime Minister of Portugal from 2002 to 2004. Mr. Barroso started his political career in 1980, when he joined the Portuguese Social Democratic Party (PSD), of which he became President in 1999, being re-elected to office three times. During the same period, he served as Vice-President of the European People's Party.

  4. Português: José Manuel Durão Barroso GCC ( Lisboa, 23 de Março de 1956) é um político português e presidente da Comissão Europeia desde Novembro de 2004, após abandonar o cargo de primeiro-ministro de Portugal. Contents 1 Portuguese Prime Minister 2 European Commission President 2.1 With other G8 leaders 3 Other Portuguese Prime Minister

  5. 30 nov 2009 · José Manuel Barroso, (born March 23, 1956, Lisbon, Portugal), Portuguese politician who served as prime minister of Portugal (2002–04) and president of the European Commission (2004–14). Barroso was born to parents who hailed from the region of Valpaços, one of the poorer areas of Portugal.

  6. José Manuel Durão Barroso este un jurist specializat pe relații internaționale. El a fost ministru de externe al Portugaliei între 1991 și 1995, înainte de a-și perfecționa studiile la Universitatea Georgetown din Statele Unite .

  7. José Manuel Durão Barroso (wym. [ ʒ u ˈ z ɛ m ɐ n u ˈ ɛ ɫ d u ˈ ɾ ɐ̃w̃ b ɐ ˈ ʁ o z u ]; ur. 23 marca 1956 w Lizbonie [1]) – portugalski polityk, prawnik i nauczyciel akademicki. W latach 1992–1995 minister spraw zagranicznych w rządzie Aníbal Cavaco Silvy, od 1999 do 2004 przewodniczący Partii Socjaldemokratycznej.