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Winners and losers in the EP decision-making: EU budget, herbicides, unemployment scheme and electoral interference

Sylvie Goulard was not the only one to be defeated last week in the European Parliament. While the EPP and S&D were successful in their mission to break even with Macron’s group on the number of commissioners being rejected, the two traditional parties lost on other fronts.

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Balance of power in EC top management shows geographical divides

Upcoming changes will not be limited to the top political positions, as a reshuffle of the senior management of the European Commission is also to be expected. We looked at the current composition of the upper ranks of the EC to identify any trends in the concentration of power.

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If you are a researcher, a professor or a student interested in EU decision-making, we’ve got just the right opportunities for you!

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Rejection of two EC nominees: political takeaways on the new balance of power

The confirmation process of the new College of Commissioners got off a rocky start, after the JURI Committee refused to green-light two Commissioners nominees for alleged conflict of interests. This is highly relevant for stakeholders as it showcases how the political battles ahead will look like.

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VoteWatch Europe’s Director, Doru Frantescu, interviewed by CNN on Brexit’s implications for the EU

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