The European Elections 2014 are approaching, but political party finance at European level and transnational campaigning are not yet fully regulated and the rules are quite different all across the European Union.
The European Union needs better rules for European political parties, with more transparency and better supervision. And we as civil society need to watch how European campaigns are conducted all across the EU.
EU Political Parties, European Elections 2014 -
After a successful collaborative effort between MEPs, TI-EU and other civil society organisations, the European Parliament formally established the new intergroup on Integrity: Transparency, anti- corruption and organised crime, last December. An intergroup is an informal group of cross-party MEPs that want to …
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To view an updated list of the Anti-Corruption Pledge’s signatories please click here. The Transparency International EU Office, together with many of our national chapters around the EU, has been inviting MEPs elections to sign our Anti-Corruption Pledge 2014 – and …
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