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J++ and other media have examined the election ads ahead of the EU elections, but the data is lacking on several accounts. Facebook has promised to be...
Climate, the economy and immigration. The candidates and parties who stood in the European elections spent millions of euros on election advertising on Facebook. We have checked the contents of around 35,000 adverts from five different countries. ...
If we want to turn the single market into a true democracy, we need a common constitution that grants equal rights to all European citizens. This should be the main task of the newly elected European parliament, says political...
In Belgium, there are no less than five local elections stealing thunder from the European elections. No surprise, then, if Belgians are paying little attention this time round. ...
The European elections of May 2019 are crucial to shape our action over the next 5 years. So let us vote, all of us! Let us choose builders who offer a constructive, far-reaching plan. ...
On May 18, the final...
A few days before the European elections we are relaunching VoxEurop. And inviting our readers and friends to follow us to the polling station – European democracy starts with voting. ...
An online media outlet created by journalists from the four corners of Europe, VoxEurop is born of one conviction: it is no longer possible to address the challenges of the present era at the level of the individual nation....
Civil society is rebelling against the new Facebook rules on political advertising. On the 19th of April Alberto Alemanno, director of The Good Lobby, sent a complaint...
An online media outlet created by journalists from the four corners of Europe, VoxEurop is born of one conviction: it is no longer possible to address the challenges of the present era at the level of the individual nation....

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