In announcing the line-up of his Commission, José Manuel Barroso has redrawn the division of responsibilities between commissioners and made changes to the structure of some Commission departments. Home affairs and security will be split off from justice and citizenship, with which it is currently united in one department with one commissioner. The portfolio of the commissioner for development and humanitarian aid, has been split. Andris Piebalgs will take charge of development and will represent the Commission at meetings of the Foreign Affairs Council. Rumiana Jeleva will be responsible for international co-operation, humanitarian aid and crisis response. Responsibility for audit and combating fraud is to be separated off from administration – the Commission’s personnel, building and security issues. Maroš Šefc?ovic?, who takes on the administration job, will also be in charge of relations with the other EU institutions and will represent the Commission at meetings of the General Affairs Council. Reunited Consumer affairs, the portfolio currently held by Bulgaria’s Meglena Kuneva, will be combined with health. The two were split into separate portfolios in 2007. Similarly, multilingualism is reunited with education and culture. As previously trailed, the current directorate-general for transport and energy will be split into two parts. The commissioners and directorates-general for transport and energy will lose responsibility for state-aid decisions in their fields, which will move to the commissioner and directorate-general for competition. There will be a new directorate-general for climate action created by taking directorate C from the directorate-general for environment. Responsibility for clean air, currently part of directorate C, will remain in DG Environment. The civil protection units in the environment directorate-general will move to the directorate-general for humanitarian aid. Responsibility for pharmaceuticals moves from the Commission’s enterprise department to the revamped health and consumers department (DG Sanco) – a move that will please public-health campaigners, who have been lobbying hard for this change. DG Sanco will also take on responsibilities for biotechnology and pesticides from the environment department, but will lose consumer contract and marketing law to the new DG Justice.