1. Select Recipient
Select a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) to whom you want to write the letter from the table below. Suggestion: It’s best to select the MEPs from your region because they will feel particularly responsible for you – as they are in the Parliament to represent you. Or you select those who are particularly strong supporters of the reform. You can sort the table by name, region and voting behaviour by clicking on the categories above. The letter will then usually go to the local office of the MEP.
Tip: Of course you can also write letters to more than just one MEP. Simply repeat the process after you’ve printed the first letter.
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2. Adjust letter content
We have submitted a proposal for a letter. This is only a proposal! Feel free to add arguments that are important to you in the text field or leave it as it is. The more personalized, the better. Salutation and closing formula are added automatically. Even if it should be self-evident: please stay friendly and objective!
3. Your address
Enter your address in the fields below to so that the recipient can identify you as the sender of this letter. Don’t worry, we do not store the data!
Please indicate in any case who you are – the letters will only be effective if they come from “real” people.
4. Download the letter
Click on Generate PDF and you will find a completey finished letter, ready to be printed out immediately. As mentioned above: repeat this as often for different MEPs as you think is necessary.
5. Print, Stamp, Send
Last steps: frank the letter (e.g. directly online) and mail it! Ideally immediately, because the vote in the European Parliament is approaching fast.
Also convince your friends and acquaintance to send letters – the more the MEPs realize that this topic concerns “real” people, the better.
And again, for your information: Your letter and your data are not stored by us. You will receive the PDF directly for download. We do not save a copy.