The reports you need to monitor EU legislation

The delayed start of the new European Commission might turn out to be a blessing for some stakeholders, as they get more time to get ready for the new legislative cycle. Have you done your homework? Over the past couple of months, we published several data-driven analyses with the purpose of helping you make the most of the upcoming political changes.

Here’s a short recap for you:

– Changes in dynamics of influence in EP Committees

Over the past few years, the size of different EP committees has changed dramatically. What does this tell us regarding the dynamics of influence in the new European Parliament?

Read our full analysis

– Concentration of nationalities in key EP committees reveals agendas

National groups are unevenly represented across EP committees. We crunched the numbers to discover the dominant agendas of each nationality.

Read our full analysis

– How each MEP voted on Lagarde, Brexit backstop, US-Iran sanctions and Amazon fires

We looked into the winners and losers from the plenary session in September.

Read our full analysis

Commission  top management shows geographical divides

We looked at the current composition of the upper ranks of the European Commission to identify any trends in the concentration of power among geographical areas.

Read our full analysis

– Winners and losers: EU budget, herbicides, unemployment scheme and electoral interference

We looked into the winners and losers from the mini-plenary session in October.

Read our full analysis

– Winners and losers: climate-trade link, enlargement, chromium, migrants, Thomas Cook, Algerian churches

We looked into the winners and losers from the plenary session in October.

Read our full analysis

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VoteWatch tracks all developments in the EP and provides updates after every EP plenary. Contact us at [email protected] if you need tailored research or training on MEPs’ likely positions and majority building in specific areas.

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