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EU Lobbying, Ethics and Transparency: “Do”-s and “Don’t”-s
 

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With Robert Mack: he became Chairman of Burson-Marsteller’s EMEA Public Affairs Practice in January, 2011. He was CEO of Burson-Marsteller Brussels from July 2007 to December, 2010. Author of the chapter on "EU Transparency and Ethics" in the book "How EU Institutions Work & How to Work with EU Institutions" (John Harper Publishing, London)

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  • Outline what we will be going over todayMake point here about TEU (see chapter)
  • So we begin our storyIt started with a man from Luxembourg, a French woman and her dentist
  • Three areas of focus: further information on the management and use of community funds; professional ethics within the EU institutions; the framework for lobbyists
  • Wider definition:“actions initiated with the aim of influencing European policy formulation or decision-making processes, irrespective of the communication channel or medium it is using”Code of conduct: Chapter p.233 / figure 78(I’m cheating a little because it was clarified after 2008)
  • Note the timing – EP was way ahead of the gameThe idea was for the EP to be a very open parliament – let people in, keep a list and apply some rulesCode on book p. 234, figure 79
  • Chapter p. 234 – 240
  • Efforts to amend the rules have failed.Exceptions – chapter p.241
  • Outline what we will be going over todayRole of Sebastien – equal time and I suspect he’ll introduce more about what he’ll be discussing Make point here about TEU (see chapter)

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