Posts Tagged ‘news reports’

Transparency news reports April-June 2015

Monday, March 21st, 2016

Since September 2014, the Open Government in the EU blog scans English-language online news outlets for news on EU transparency. Please find below the news digest of the second quarter of 2015. Digests of other time periods are searchable via the category “news reports” at the bottom of this post.


31/03/15// Parliament Magazine: MEPs unconvinced by commission’s ‘revolutionary’ EU tax transparency proposals

16/02/15// IAM Magazine:  It is now incumbent on all sides to back full transparency at the EPO; and that does mean all and full

20/02/15// Tax News: EU Seeks Transparency On Corporate Tax

25/02/15// Radio Poland:  Poland applauds proposed EU energy solidarity, transparency

18/03/15// EUObserver: EU proposes new tax transparency rules


Transparency news reports January-March 2015

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

EU transparency in the news, January – March 2015.

The Open Government in the EU blog keeps a regularly updated overview of news reporting on EU transparency since September 2014. This post contains an overview of reports over the first three months of 2015. News reports are collected through quick scans on Google news and the most relevant websites. While this news scan is in no way exhaustive or fully systematic, it does provide a nice overview of the direction that the transparency debate is taking over a period of months.

During the first quarter-year of 2015, EU transparency news focused predominantly on the (lack of) transparency around the TTIP negotiations and the issue of tax transparency sparked by the LuxLeaks scandal. A further item that continued to be debated in 2015 was the regulation and transparency of lobbying activities. A longlist of news reports is provided below.

Suggestions for additions or current news are warmly welcomed, via the twitter account @MZHillebrandt. –MH


See also: news reporting September – December 2014