Christian Engström, Pirat

I said yesterdayin my blog post that I would be sending a letter today to the President of the European Parliament, protesting about the blocking of certain emails from citizens to their elected representatives.

I would have hoped to have sent this letter in the morning today, and I am still working on getting it sent today, but since I am working from home in Stockholm, I have run into a problem:

The European Parliament blocks certain emails that I am trying to send from to my own office address or to colleagues inside the parliament.

Not all emails get blocked, but all my attempts to send my draft letter to the President to my office address have been silently blocked by the filter. I suspect the reason is that in the draft, I mention the name of the report — “eliminating gender stereotypes in the…

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