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After Qatargate scandal, EU integrity rules need ‘teeth’: Expert Alberto Alemanno

By France24
08 January 2023   |   4:07 pm
Talking Europe speaks to a leading voice on the democratisation of the European Union. Alberto Alemanno is a professor of EU law and a founding member of The Good Lobby, an organisation that aims to boost civil society's ability to carry out advocacy, and to make corporate political influence more accountable.

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