Brussels, 7 July 2014 – Brussels’ three public affairs professional organisations encourage incoming MEPs to engage lobbyists with highest standards of conduct and transparency
Joint letter from ECPA, EPACA and SEAP distributed to all 751 incoming MEPs
Monday 07 July 2014 – ECPA, the European Centre for Public Affairs, EPACA, the European Public Affairs Consultancies’ Association, and SEAP, the Society of European Affairs Professionals, today sent a joint letter to all incoming 751 MEPs, welcoming them to the European Parliament.
The letter, which was deposited in the pigeon holes of each of the incoming MEPs, sets out clearly what each of the three organisations does and how they promote best practices and excellence among public affairs practitioners, be they independent, in-house or agency-based.
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Read the letter to MEPs