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alecvuijlsteke has written 1 posts for European Parliamentary Research Service Blog

Parliamentary research and the plurality of information sources available to MPs

Parliamentary research and information services (PRIS) come with very different backgrounds, traditions, budgets and sizes. In terms of providing information and research to Members, all face substantial competition from other suppliers of information such as interest groups, civil society organisations, “think tanks” and the executive branch itself. In order to maintain and strengthen their role … Continue reading

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