Europe and Us Debate on the future of the EU

The European Commission and the European Parliament regard it as important that its leaders and decision-makers are able to have a dialogue with citizens. To this end, Citizen Forums are organized. Such an event will take place on 8 October 2018 in Révkomárom. The event will be held in Hungarian and Slovak. The event will conclude with a buffet lunch for the participants.



A bus to the Forum will be organised.

If you wish to participate, please fill in the application form on the link below by 6 October 2018.


Please note that participation is free but available places are limited.  


Europe and Us

Debate on the future of the EU

 

8 October 2018

 

János Selye University, Bratislavská cesta 3322, 945 01, Komárno

 

 

Programme

 

  • 9:30 – Registration of participants
  • 10:00 – Opening of the dialogue "Europe and Us" 

Opening words by Dr. habil. PaedDr. György Juhász, PhD., rector of János Selye University in Komárno (TBC)

Opening words by Andrea Lovei (Director of EPLO in Hungary), Robert Hajšel (Director of EPLO in Slovakia)

  • 10:20 – Discussion on the EU, EU citizens' rights, EP elections, future of the EU

Speakers: Prof. Györy Schöpflin (MEP EPP), Ladislav Miko (EC HoR in Slovakia), Gabor Zupko (EC HoR in Hungary), MEP from Slovakia (TBC)

Moderated by: Peter Demecs, ÚjSzó

  • 12:00 – End of the debate
  • 12:00 – Buffet lunch

 

The event will be in Slovak and Hungarian only. Simultaneous interpretation will be provided.

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                            

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