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Executive webinar: Germany’s new political landscape and its impact on the EU

The morning after the German elections, join our free webinar for senior EU affairs professionals to discuss the electoral outcome, the most likely coalitions, as well as the future implications for EU policy initiatives on different sectors.

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Executive webinar: mapping MEPs cross-group connections in the ENVI Committee

Join us in this free executive webinar, where we will show you which MEPs are the best bridge builders, and are therefore more likely to successfully pass amendments at the Committee level and in Plenary.

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German Elections: Who might soon govern the country and what it would mean for the EU

Anticipating the possible outcomes of the German elections is essential to forecast any future policy changes, both at the national and EU level. This report will assess the likelihood of different potential coalitions and discuss the possible implications each would have on EU policies.

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Free webinar: EU policy insights for PA Professionals (Fall update)

Join us in this free webinar of the Public Affairs Council, with co-founder and CEO of VoteWatch Europe Doru Frantescu, to learn more about key EU legislative developments to come this Fall.

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518
(75%)
Votes against
130
(19%)
Abstentions
47
(7%)
Required to pass
325  

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