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While climate change may be drawing the attention of the public, MEPs’ twitter profiles seem to find relatively little room for it.
The big debates on the EU's future that traditionally follow the State of the Union address (also known as SOTEU) by EC Commission President Juncker at the European Parliament did not grab all the attention of Brussels-watchers today.
Os próximos cinco anos da União Europeia vão ser mais fragmentados do que nunca. Esta fragmentação é a grande lição das eleições europeias de 2019. No entanto, ao contrário da narrativa dominante das últimas décadas, os velhos blocos centristas não confrontam apenas uma infinidade de grupos e partidos populistas antissistema.
This is the first in a series of posts on how members of the European Parliament (MEPs) appear on Twitter. This first post introduces the EP twittersphere, outlines limitations to the analysis, and points at some broad trends. The following posts will focus on specific aspects.
French President Emmanuel Macron wants to unite the progressives in the European Parliament against the threat posed by the far right, but the road is winding.
What is being said about the newly-elected members of the European institutions, and in what terms? Do specific emotions tend to predominate? What are the emerging issues? A textual analysis of 18,000 tweets posted after the 2019 European elections provides a bird’s-eye view of the political landscape.