Clong


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imp.1.imp. of Cling.
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Carbone (2006) stresses that the Commission's privileging of developing country NGOs in policy making takes place within the context of a declining relationship between the Commission and European NGOs, culminating in the Commission's audit of the peak association CLONG (the NGO-EU Liaison Committee) and its subsequent dissolution (202).
So, for Worcester, it was a Clong Show, which is better than the Gong Show that most AHL teams have produced in their visits here so far.