Green MEPs have lodged a complaint to denounce the lack of transparency in EFSA’s assessment of glyphosate. They hope to change the internal rules of the agency to boost transparency and limit lobby influence.
Hungary does not care about the requirements imposed by the European Commission on Paks II, energy analyst András Deák told EURACTIV Slovakia.
András Deák is a senior research fellow at the Institute of World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Deák spoke with EURACTIV.sk’s Pavol Szalai.
Hungarian MEP Benedek Jávor (Greens) told me that …
EXCLUSIVE/ The European Commission was prepared to spoon-feed arguments to Hungary to close an investigation into the controversial €12 billion Paks II nuclear plant project, according to documents obtained by EURACTIV.com