The Worst EU Lobbying Award

The Worst EU Lobbying Award will be presented again this year. Winners will be announced in two separate categories at the end of the year.

The Worst EU Lobby Award was announced this year in two individual categories. Winners can either be actual lobbyists of EU institutions or officials working for EU institutions.

Nominations can be made through the Internet by anyone who is aware of any lobbying activity that did not conform to regulations when trying to reach his or her goal. Organizers are also looking for the most bribable official. Valid nominations must contain proof regarding the specific event besides a basic description of it. The deadline for the nominations is 20th October, 2006 while the online voting will commence on the 6th November ending on the 1st December.

You can read about last year's winners here.

 

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