The European Parliament's website has a lower accessibility rate than those of the EU's national parliament websites, according to the report "Democracy, Digital Accessibility and the European Union,” launched by the European Disability Forum.

Despite its own claims, the European Parliament’s website barely received a passing grade of 55.8 out of 100, when ranked by observers. The websites of the national parliaments’ within the European Union scored far higher, but just three made it above t...

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