The European University Institute in Florence is developing a tool that is supposed to help EU citizens to position themselves on the European political map.
[Update: This article has been written before EU Profiler was published. Please also read the comments below to see my opinion on this tool.]
EU Profiler, which should be active from 23 April, looks like a very promising tool for all those who would like to know more about the positions of the European parties as well as their own position vis-à-vis the European parties - and do not want to read all the manifestos (like I did with the PES and ELDR manifestos, the EPP manifesto or the UEL manifesto).
Euronews last month published a 8 minutes long reportage on EU Profiler, and its worth watching.
We'll have to see how this tool looks when it is finally functional, but I suppose that it will go beyond anything that has been produced for any previous EP election.
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