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Wikipedia scale of justice By Olmec

On Saturday Parltrack received a request by an ex-assistant of an MEP to delete their name from our data. The name of this person we do not disclose because we respect their privacy in regards of this request which has no public interest value, however their position as an assistant …


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The rewrite of Parltrack to version 2.0 aims at enabling better reuse of EU Parliament data, but also to make more sense out of it, for instance by keeping track of changes over time.

In Parltrack v1, Information related to Members of the European …

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"I know what you've been voting last session..."

While every democratic institution's legitimacy relies on a duty of transparency, votes in the European Parliament have traditionally been very difficult to access and make sense of. Yet, a minute recording of such critical moments of parliamentary activity is essential for keeping …

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Parltrack 2.0 attempts to make sense of the enormous mess of data comprised in the European Parliament (EP) website. By emphasizing "enormous mess" we actually mean that it sometimes feels like efforts have been put to ensure that this parliamentary data is not easily accessible, readable …

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Meet Parltrack 2.0

For the last year and thanks to the grant by the Dutch SIDN Foundation, Parltrack has been the object of a complete re-writing. We are proud to introduce Parltrack 2.0 to the world!

Browse our data by meps or by dossiers.

The general objectives of …