The report on Parliament’s Rules of Procedure and its demands for a ‘legislative footprint’ is extremely important for the credibility of the EU. In my view, lobbyist, either they are representatives for enterprises or a trade unions, NGOs like the Red Cross, Greenpeace, religious organisations, Human Rights organisations etc. are necessary for the legislative process and are improving the quality of it. However, transparency and openness of the lobbying is also crucial. That is why MEPs should have the obligation to show the list of lobbyists they meet while working on a new law, and if possible and appropriate even what specific points have been raised in these meetings. Therefore, I am in support of the amendments presented in the report on Parliament’s Rules of Procedure.