Biografía

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.

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Give young farmers a better chance to fight desertification
19.10.2017 - 17:00

Give young farmers a better chance to fight desertification

With a dramatically ageing farming population, Europe needs to provide more help for young farmers to become the future of agriculture. At the...
Young agricultural worker posing in a cowshed
19.10.2017 - 16:36

EPP Group supports young farmers

The 4th edition of the European Congress of Young Farmers took place at the European Parliament in Brussels on October 18 and 19, in the context of a...
Security concept
19.10.2017 - 11:09

ePrivacy and digital innovation must be in balance

ePrivacy is crucial in the digital era we live in. Any regulation in this area needs to be pro-innovation and future-proof. The compromise package on...
International Travel
19.10.2017 - 09:07

ETIAS: closing the information gap on arrivals in the EU

The European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), which assesses possible security risks of visa-free travellers to the EU, was...

Destacados

16.10.2017 - 20.10.2017
Group portrait of industry workers

Towards better protection for posted workers

Members of the Employment Committee on Monday will vote on the revision of the Posting of Workers Directive spearheaded by Elisabeth Morin-Chartier...
Syrian Refugees

Solidarity and flexibility should be core in granting asylum

The reform of the Dublin System which sets the rules for granting asylum in Member States will be voted on by the Civil Liberties Committee on...
Travel

New system to strengthen Europe's border security

The Civil Liberties Committee will vote on Thursday on 'Establishing a European Travel Information and Authorisation System' (ETIAS),...