Curriculum Vitae

Pedro López de Pablo was born in Madrid in 1965. He has a Master of Arts degree in History and Geography from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and a Master degree in European Studies from the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

His relationship with Europe started in Strasbourg where he worked at the Council of Europe in 1989. He worked as a journalist for several Spanish media for more than a decade and has been the EU correspondent of the Spanish news wire 'Agencia EFE' for 12 years.

He joined the EPP Group Press Service in 2001 and in the past five years has been in charge of the Planning and Communication Strategy.

From 1 September 2012 he is the Head of the EPP Group Press and Communications Service.


El Brexit, el presupuesto de la UE, los aranceles al acero en Estados Unidos, el impuesto a las empresas digitales
16.03.2018 - 16:28

El Brexit, el presupuesto de la UE, los aranceles al acero en Estados Unidos, el impuesto a las empresas digitales

Durante la sesión plenaria de marzo del Parlamento, los eurodiputados aprobaron una Resolución sobre las relaciones entre la UE y el...
Olive oil
15.03.2018 - 09:49

Spanish olives under US attack

In January, the US Department of Commerce imposed an unjustified anti-dumping customs duty on Spanish olives of more than 17.13 %, following a...
14.03.2018 - 16:10

Protection of journalists equals freedom and good governance

Investigative journalists are of crucial value to society as they reveal bad administration, fraud, corruption and other types of mismanagement of...
High voltage post
14.03.2018 - 12:45

Greens jeopardise key infrastructure energy projects

Statement by Krišjānis Kariņš MEP, EPP Group Spokesman in the European Parliament’s Industry Committee, after the vote in Plenary...


19.03.2018 - 23.03.2018
Attacks in Paris, France

Protecting the rights of victims of terrorism in the EU

22 March marks the 2-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Brussels. The Special Committee on Terrorism will organise two hearings on...
Nord Stream2

Making gas from outside the EU comply with Energy Union goals

The current Gas Directive will be updated to apply not only to the internal gas market in the EU, but also to gas pipelines that arrive in the EU...

Europe-wide rules on how to tax Facebook, Amazon & Co

The European Commission will make a formal law proposal for a digital tax on Wednesday. This comes one week after Parliament, on the initiative of...