No, because they are collegial institutions representing the EU interest . Once they decide, prior differences are irrelevant.
5% (1 vote)
No, because if the EU's foes know its internal divisions, they can use them against it.
10% (2 votes)
No, because if EU citizens know the divisions inside those institutions, they will no longer trust their decisions.
29% (6 votes)
Yes, because EU citizens have a democratic right to know how EU policies that affect them are decided on their behalf.
57% (12 votes)
Total votes: 21