Incoming European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has picked who he wants to be on his team for the next five years.
But he doesn’t get the final say; the European Parliament will grill each candidate over the course of the next week.
MEPs can vote to accept or reject the whole commission after the hearings.
During the hearings, candidates will reply to five written questions from parliamentarians.
They will compile a report on the commissioner-designate in question ahead of a European Parliament plenary session.
There are some controversial choices amongst the 28 names put forward by former Luxembourg prime minister Juncker.
Britain’s Jonathan Hill – up for the financial services job – is seen as being too close to the City of London, while Alenka Bratušek of Slovenia effectively nominated herself when she was still prime minister.
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Tuesday 30 September
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Wednesday 01 October
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Thursday 02 October
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Monday 06 October
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