New commissioner

4th November 1994 at 00:00
Commissioner Edith Cresson, the former French prime minister, has been given the European Union education, science and training portfolio. Ms Cresson, 60, a socialist who was forced to step down after a 17-month stint as the French premier, is one of five women appointments by Jacques Santer, president of the European Commission.

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