Brussels LSC Elections 2022 (January/February)

Thanks very much to everyone who voted!

Here are the published results.


Why Vote for Generation 2004?


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We will add the link to vote here when it becomes available.

Note that in this January rerun all 4 browsers should work with the voting link: Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer (IE),  Chrome AND Edge. IE is already installed on every Commission computer: check out slide 2 of our ‘How to’ above to find it. Mozilla Firefox, Chrome and Edge can be downloaded via EC Store.

Meet our candidates

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Our electoral campaign for the election to the Brussels Local Staff Committee is based on facts, not on fiction. Our campaign manifesto is clear and detailed and sets out five S.M.A.R.T. lines of action:

In the coming weeks, our campaign will cover these lines of action in more detail. Meanwhile please feel free to dive into our campaign manifesto, check out our Twitter or our website and leave us a comment, or get in touch with us.

Our candidates represent a wide diversity in terms of gender, geographic balance (26 nationalities), directorates-general and staff categories (where all are represented) and that diversity starts from the beginning of the list and not halfway into it. Please take a moment to compare our top candidates with those of other lists to find the stark contrast.

If you believe that all staff should be given a voice, then:

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Vote S.M.A.R.T.

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