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Frank Smith talks to Antonio López-Istúriz, a Spanish politician who is Secretary-General of the European Popular Party, the EPP. In his twenties he was personal assistant to then-Spanish Prime Minister José María Aznar. In 2002 he went to Brussels to become EPP Secretary-General and two years later was elected to the European parliament. The EPP is a pro-European centre-right party. It has been the largest group in the European Parliament since 1999, in the European Council since 2002, and is also by far the largest party in the current European Commission. It includes major national parties such as the German Christian Democrats of Chancellor Angela Merkel, the French UMP of President Sarkozy, and the governing Spanish Popular Party of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (02/03/12).
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