Thank you everyone for your thoughtful comments. These will be taken into
consideration for the final version of the letter which is likely to be
printed and posted today.
Thanks and regards,
On 14 March 2014 09:11, Mathias Schindler <mathias.schindler(a)wikimedia.de>wrote;wrote:
2014-03-14 9:54 GMT+01:00 Dimitar Parvanov Dimitrov
As to Mathias' comment on the MEPs: Yes,
there will be some considerable
turnover, but at the same time politicians are most likely to pay
to such a thing before election time. Sending it
out just to the ones we
believe might get reelected would be - diplomatically speaking - bad
diplomacy. Can't we just resend it after the elections to just the newly
There is already too much bad diplomacy out there, so thanks for Dimis
argument. As you can see from
the number of parties who did send MEPs to Brussels was considerable.
It would be possible to send such a letter to the parties before the
election and to the specific elected MEPs afterwards.
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