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Deux experts aux intérêts cachés, La Libre Belgique, Tuesday 13 September 2011

New research by Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) and Réseau Environnement Santé (RES) which found that two of the new experts appointed by EFSA to the panel responsible for looking at food additives have failed to declare consulting activities for the food industry-funded think tank and lobby group International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) was covered in La Libre Belgique.

See link and pdf of the article below.

 
There has never been a more important time to ensure that the EU's top decision-makers are free from possible conflicts of interest.
The new European Parliament is only weeks old and already three ex-MEPs from perhaps its most important committee have taken a spin in the revolving door to join the private sector. It's clear that the code of conduct for MEPs needs urgent reform.
CEO submission to the European Ombudsman Consultation on the composition of Commission expert groups
Scientific advice should be transparent, objective and independent, and there should be more science and more diverse expertise available to the European Commission’s President, a coalition of 28 international and national NGOs wrote in a letter addressed to President-elect Jean-Claude Juncker today (1).

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