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the European Union has a gender gap problem none of the three most powerful institutions have ever been led by women including the commission counsel of national leaders and the European central bank but now those posts plus the top diplomat job up for grabs providing an opportunity to break up the boys club , yeah I think it's high time we never had to give the commission president weren't totally lacking down to a quality you mean even in the European Parliament if we want to represent Europeans we cannot ignore Hoff of the population of the European Union and it seems the boys all at least making the right noises , the most names being touted a man as the leadership reflects domestic politics across the block despite growing pressure of agenda divest E. men dominate the makeup of most EU institutions of the box twenty eight state leaders just for a women and the gap is particular glaring at the ECB but just to women sit on its twenty five member council , %HESITATION say fixing the gender gap is just one factor of many in the race any deals must balance the interests of states in parliament big countries and small Europe's north south east and west and political parties