Presentation of a report by VoteWatch Europe on 
"How are Members of the European Parliament shaping the future of the EU" and discussion with the highest-scoring MEPs ranked in the report

Wednesday, 26 April 2017  | 18:15 - 20:00
Parlamentarium | Rue Wiertz 60, 1047 Brussels


Registrations are open


VoteWatch Europe has just finalised a study on "How are Members of the European Parliament shaping the future of the EU". The study analyses the views and influence of individual Members of the European Parliament on EU’s constitutional affairs showing who are the MEPs most favorable to EU’s further integration, which MEPs are currently most influential on these matters, and those who are likely to be on the rise in the future. Looking only at voting records and key parliamentary activities, the VoteWatch Europe report ranks  the “most influential” among the “most federalist” Members of the European Parliament and  the “Top 10 Young Pro-EU MEPs”. The report looks also at the degree of support and controversial issues by country, by political groups and by national party.

Based only on voting reports, the report ranks Jo LEINEN (S&D) as the most federalist and influential MEP on constitutional matters and Marietje SCHAAKE (ALDE) as the most pro-EU member in the category under 40.

Jo Leinen (MEP, S&D)
Marietje Schaake (ALDE)

Both winners will discuss the report after its presentation by DORU FRANTESCU, CEO & CO-Founder of Vote Watch Europe.

The debate will be moderated by PAOLO VACCA, Secretary General of the Union of European Federalists (UEF).

A Cocktail Reception will follow the debate.


Vote Watch Europe is an independent organisation providing easy access to, and analysis of, the political decisions and activities of the European Parliament and other European Union institutions drawing on public records.
The Union of European Federalists is a pan-European non-governmental organisation dedicated to the promotion of a united and federal Europe.

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