Composed economist

The man nominated to be the Hungarian member of the new Commission exudes an air of intellectual honesty and curiosity.

László Andor is an unusual politician. For one thing, he seems more comfortable listening to others than informing them of his own views. He seems to lack that automatic, egotistical urge so typical of many politicians – the desire to be liked. And he exudes an air of intellectual honesty and curiosity, another feature untypical of the political tribe.

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