What does it take to be an MEP? Getting elected. True, that is a main part of it. And, yet, the mission of bringing anything home starts right on the day after election.
Having worked with MEPs from the negotiating table in Brussels and Strasbourg to the podiums of meetings or press conferences in Victoria and Valletta, I dare hereby share a few lessons learnt of what it takes to be an MEP.
I mean, a good one.
A starting caveat is in order. This is by no means an impartial account, given that I have just submitted my nomination to be one of the Nationalist Party candidates for the upcoming European elections.
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