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Will the new chair of IMCO increase ECR’s leverage in the committee?

Van Bossuyt confirms her rising as signaled by our previous reports that looked into which MEPs are gaining influence. There are relevant differences between her and her predecessor: for example, unlike Vicky Ford, Van Bossuyt and her party supported stronger sanctions against car manufacturers.

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What can the EU expect from the German federal election?

The future of many EU policies largely depends on the outcome of German election in September. Indeed, the potential end of the grand coalition, made up of the CDU and SPD, could alter the position of Berlin on issues such as the EU defence policy and the future of the Eurozone.

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What will the EU27 Governments and the EP Actually Want from Brexit?

The EU’s stances in the upcoming negotiations will be determined by the interests of its components who will have to ratify the deal, ie. the governments and the European Parliament. VoteWatch Europe has mapped the views of the main political forces that are likely to shape EU’s positions.

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How did Belgian EU Parliamentarians vote on social rights?

VoteWatch Europe combined its political expertise with its dataset on the voting records in the EP to analyse how Belgian European Parliamentarians positioned themselves on several economic and social issues. from the introduction of a European minimum wage to the establishment of a Eurozone budget.

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Brexit: what consequences for the EU policies after the referendum’s shocking results?

A massive political earthquake shook the world this morning, as the majority of UK’s citizens
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VoteWatch Europe’s Director, Doru Frantescu, interviewed by CNN on Brexit’s implications for the EU

The global broadcasting company CNN recently listed 5 reasons the EU would miss the UK. Continue
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