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How can you influence the EU?

If you want to influence EU decisions, you can contact one of the following people or bodies who work with or decide on EU matters.

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs). There are a number of Swedish MEPs who participate in and influence EU decision-making. Contact information to MEPs is available on www.europaparlamentet.se.

You can also contact the Information Office of the European Parliament in Sweden, tel. +46 8 562 444 55, e-mail Contact.

Members of the Riksdag (MPs). The members of the Swedish Parliament make the laws in Sweden and submit points of view to the Government before decisions are taken in the Council of Ministers. Addresses to all of the 349 members of the Riksdag and to the political parties represented in the Riksdag are available at www.riksdagen.se.

Government ministers. Swedish ministers participate in the meetings of the Council of Ministers where they decide on new EU rules. Contact information to all Government ministers is available at www.sweden.gov.se.

The European Commission. The European Commission often invites points of view on draft laws. A million EU citizens may also urge the Commission to submit a proposed piece of legislation in a citizens' initiative. Contact the Office of the European Commission in Sweden, tel. +46 8 562 444 11, e-mail Contact. Their web address is ec.europa.eu/sverige/index_sv.htm.

Organisations. Many organisations cooperate at the European level to influence the EU.

Senast uppdaterad: 2014-01-02

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