Transparency Register opens up to stakeholder review, leaving lobbyists anxious

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A general view of the Berlaymont building hosting the European Commission and the exit of the Jubilee Tunnel in Brussels, Belgium, on 15 February 2016 evening (archive).

Transparency Register opens up to stakeholder review, leaving lobbyists anxious


With the EU's Transparency Register receiving both praise and criticism, the European Commission opened up a 3 month public consultation, aiming to gather views on the functioning of the current Transparency Register and to receive input for the design of the future mandatory regime of registration, as this may allow interest representatives more equal and harmonised access the European Institutions. The move by the European Commission has already sparked great interest in the consultancy and ...


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