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European Parliament: current and future dynamics

How are coalitions built on specific topics and who wins? At such a pivotal moment for EU stakeholders, we are providing our public with a detailed analysis of the trends observed during the first 6 months of the new EP term and what these mean for how future EU legislation is going to be shaped.

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Post-Brexit EP: Our database with MEPs contacts, committee affiliations, etc. to be updated after Brexit

We can provide you with regular updates of our comprehensive database with all the info that you need on MEPs committee membership, country, political affiliation, background, official email addresses, official phone numbers, twitter handles and websites.

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New Power Ranking monitoring service: Who will lead the EU into the new decade?

The pace of political changes has accelerated significantly in recent years, creating confusion and unpredictability among the stakeholders and the citizens. For this reason, we are starting a new service of monitoring the rise and the fall in the power of political parties in the EU countries.

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Winners and losers in the EP decision-making: climate, ETS, EU budget, development aid, Chile and sexual education

This week, EU Parliamentarians fought over the EU budget for 2020 and the EU environmental strategy. Other topics such as the situation in Latin America, the EU development aid and sexual education in Poland were also on top of the EU agenda in November. 

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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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