"The only candidate whose name was mentioned was the candidate proposed by the German government, Juergen Stark, the vice president of the Bundesbank and now the process will follow its normal course," said Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker on Monday 23 January.
Stark, 57, was nominated by the German government in December
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