On 02/17/2013 07:39 PM, Martin Millnert wrote:
On Sat, 2013-02-16 at 21:04 +0100, Erik Josefsson wrote:
Är det nån DFRIare på listan som tycker som jag?
Topp! Sätter Sveriges bästa acta-bloggare Rikard Alvin i cc:
Här är ett utkast: http://pad.epfsug.eu/ACTA-aftermath
Har dragit det för några kompisar på engelska:
This is a request for feedback on a letter from DFRI to EP
President Schulz to ask him to make public the "ACTA
aftermath" documents. Among other things, those documents
could provide a range of insights in arguments relating to
transparency in trade agreements (i.e. TAFTA).
Please note that I have invented some DeGucht references
that I am not yet sure exist... (Rikard, har du koll på 
Dear Mr President Schulz,
The Parliament has played an active role in transparency
issues relating to ACTA both by working towards
transparency[1,2,3] but also, in some instances, by
actively withholding public information . This
complexity follows as a consequence from that the European
Parliament should have been immediately and fully informed
at all stages of the ACTA procedure.
As you know, the Commission claimed that indeed the EP had
been properly informed to the extent that not even a
law suit claiming the opposite moderated that stance.
Further, it is our understanding that the Commission also
claimed that the EP's vote on consent would be immaterial
as an effect of the Commission's referral of ACTA to the
Court of Justice.
Your own commitment to transparency in ACTA has been
duly noted and appreciated. We therefore ask you to keep
the same hight transparency standards also when it comes
to the aftermath and closing of the ACTA file.
We understand that the European Parliament has submitted
written observations to the Court of Justice and that a
question asked by the Court of Justice to the Commission
have been sent to the European Parliament.
We would kindly ask for your intervention to immediately
make all documents in the case available to the public.
With best regards,
 DeGucht quote??
 In 't Veld v Commission Case T-301/10
 DeGucht quote??
 Answer from Commission E-000018/2013