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The Italian Electoral Puzzle: What Government and what impact on EU dynamics?

The upcoming Italian elections are likely to be followed by a difficult government formation process. VoteWatch Europe dug into the voting records of Italian parties at the European level to find out what the next Italian government might look like.

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3 moves smart stakeholders should make ahead of 2019 – Brexit and EU elections year

The European Union will experience in 2019 one of its biggest transformations, as the UK is scheduled to leave in March, while the next European elections will take place in May. What actions should the stakeholders who are impacted by European policies take in order to protect their interests?

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Winners and losers of the EP Plenary February 2018

This plenary session was clearly dominated by the debate on how to share the spoils after the British MEPs vacate their seats in 2019. As usual, our report also highlights the success and participation rates of the each of the political groups, as well as party factions or individual MEPs.

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Bad news for Macron, as majority of policymakers opposed transnational lists for EP elections

The proposal for the creation of a pan-European constituency was blocked by the staunch opposition of the European People’s Party’s that labelled it as a “centralist and elitist artificial construct”.

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