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The name of the new European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has been marred by his alleged invovlement in a major financial scandal dubbed Luxembourg Leaks or LuxLeaksco.
The group of so-called “Euro sceptics” in the European Parliament bringing together the UK Independence Party, French National Front and the Italian Five Star Movement have initiated a motion of no confidence in European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. The “Euro sceptics” will have to get in the voting the support of two-thirds of 751 members of the European Parliament.