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German Elections, Coalition scenarios, the «Jamaica» trend and the day after for EU

“Jamaica” Coalition? Another Grand Coalition? How unlikely are the scenarios of a black-yellow coalition or a red-red-green coalition? Which coalition scenario is the most favorable to the EU?

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INTERVIEW – Vălean: ‘EU should take the lead in the fight against climate change’

Half a year into the job of presiding over the Parliament’s ENVI committee, Adina Vălean argues in this exclusive interview to VoteWatch that the EU can lead the world into becoming truly environmentally-friendly, but that a two-speed Europe could weaken EU’s leverage on the global stage.

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Winners and losers of the EP Plenary September 2017

While most of the attention during last week’s EP plenary was focused on President Juncker’s speech, several other important (and under-the-radar) developments caught our attention, which will make the object of this report.

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UPDATED: Who holds the power in the European Parliament? Assessing the influence of individual MEPs

One year after the publication of our report on the influence of the Members of the European Parliament, we updated our findings to take into account the developments occurred over the last year. This assessment shows which MEPs have been the most influential over the current term.

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