Between 600 and 700 people attended previous editions. This 11th edition will focus on the theme “European Union: the time of choice”.
The European elections of May 26, 2019 are part of a context of deep political reconfigurations. Euroscepticism, Brexit, rise of the extreme right, disintegration of the traditional parties: how will the national political recompositions be translated on a European scale? What will the next European Parliament look like? What will be its role in view of the challenges to the Union project?
Geneviève Pons, director of the Brussels office of the Jacques Delors Institute, will speak at the round table on the theme “What recompositions after the European elections? Which will take place from 14:15 to 15:45. Patrick Martin-Genier, Alain Richard and Alberto Toscano also participate.