Platform for Transparency
Platform for Transparency is a loose unofficial grouping within the
European Parliament, established in 2005[http://www.hpmartin.net/Platform_for_Transparency_created_by_MEPs_van_Buitenen__Martin_and_Mote- _en. MEPs] ] who are not affiliated to an official European political party.
The grouping does not appear to have an official leader or organisational structure and, instead, appears to work as a means through which its members can collectively draw attention to what it believes are irregularities within the
The members of Platform for Transparency are:;AUT
Hans-Peter Martin( Hans-Peter Martin's List) — a Non-Inscritsmember.
Paul van Buitenen( Europe Transparent) — an independent member of the European Greens–European Free Alliancegroup.
Ashley Mote(Independent) — a Non-Inscritmember, representing South East England, who was elected in 2004as a member of the United Kingdom Independence Party.
8 January 2007it was reported that Ashley Motewill become a member of the new Identity, Tradition, Sovereigntygroup in the European Parliament, which includes far-rightand nationalistelements. [http://www.guardian.co.uk/eu/story/0,,1984947,00.html] [http://derstandard.at/?url=/?id=2717104] It is not known if this will affect the continued operation of Platform for Transparency.
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