SEAP says…

‘Despite nearly three years of negotiation, the EU institutions fail to agree an improvement in transparency. EU voters cannot be impressed by the blame game and the sheer unwillingness to reach a compromised standard. If the EU institutions cannot find a way in the last waning days of this Parliament …

SEAP calls on European Institutions to bring the negotiations on a mandatory lobby register to a successful conclusion

Together with Transparency International EU and the European Public Affairs Consultancies’ Association (EPACA), SEAP has addressed a joint open letter expressing their concern regarding the state of the ongoing negotiations for an Interinstitutional Agreement on a mandatory Transparency Register. Read the full letter here.

AFCO’s chair Danuta Hübner meets SEAP members

On 27 March 2017, on the occasion of it’s annual General Assembly, SEAP received in its head office AFCO’s chair, Prof. Danuta Hübner. During the meeting, SEAP’s president, Malte Lohan, conducted an interview with Prof. Hübner during which topics related to ethical lobbying and transparency were discussed, including the upcoming negotiations …