Heres another round up of issues making the rounds in the eurobloggerosphere at the moment, with thanks to BloggingPortal.eu
The Swedish Presidency of the European Council is coming an end, and Spain gets ready to share the reins. A number of blogs look back at the 6 months of the Swedish Presidency.
Mats Engström calls the Presidency “Effective” but it wasn’t exciting. (then again name one that was!)
The Swedish Europe Minister (and Commissioner Designate), Cecilia Malmström, updates us on the last few weeks of work that are still ahead.
Grahnlaw thinks it was an effective and professional presidency.
Grahnlaw highlights the issue of the 18 “ghost MEPs”
Brussels Sunshine highlights the issue of the preception of corruption in the EU.
Lots and lots of climate change blog posts appearing as the Copenhagen conference continues.
Graham Watson MEP (ALDE) is updating us on the goings on in Copenhagen.
Dr. Sean tells us of the (confusing) stance taken by the Czech ODS.
The German Marshall Fund Blog highlights why some countires like Kyoto and are clinging to it.
The Open Europe tells us a bit more about who is gaining from the EU’s ETS scheme.
The German Marshall Fund Blog tells us about the confusion at the talks.
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