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The Winners of the „EP 2009 Vote: Beyond the Sugar Cubes" Essay Contest

The winner in the essay contest organized in the frameworks of the “Now – Interacting with the European Parliament!” Imitative is now known. His name was announced live in VoxBox Studio in EP in Brussels during a discussion with representatives of the three largest political groups in the Parliament.

The selection committee of the contest was faced with a difficult decision since the works which came in from all over Europe were exceptional.

The winner who goes to Versailles and Paris together with the team of the “Now – Interacting with the European Parliament!” Project is Matthew Rushworth, a law student from the United Kingdom. You can read his essay in the “Analyses” section of the special webpage of the project:

The selection committee, composed of representatives of the partner organizations implementing the initiative, decided on four more essays which are also published. The names of their authors are:

Boris Stanimirov, Bulgaria – second place

Mikko Patokallio, Finland – third place

Frederiek Vermeulen, Belgium – fourth place

Ivan Iliev, Bulgaria – fifth place.

The contest is now over but out team will welcome all materials devoted to the European Union which our readers and friends send us for publishing!

Coming soon: more information about the coming events in France and about the discussion in Voxbox studio of EP in Brussels.

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