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The Crisis and Beyond

Future of the EU


Green MEPs will meet with their national Parliament counterparts on Tuesday 2nd October to discuss the state of the debate at national and EU level on the Union's future.

In the morning, the main topic will be the debates and Green proposals for the future of the economic and political Union. This will be followed in the afternoon by a similar discussion focused on debates surrounding deeper integration and enhanced democratisation of the European Union.

10:00 - Registration

10:15 - Welcome and Introduction
Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Co-President of the Green/EFA Group

10:45 - 12.450 -  Part I: Green proposals for the architecture of an economic (and political) Union with full democratic legitimacy

Chair: Rebecca Harms, Co-President of the Green/EFA Group

Introduction to the discussion: Phillipe Lamberts, MEP

A round of interventions  by guests on the state of the debate in the Member States on the architecture of the EU in the fields of:

  • Economic Policies and Financial Regulation
  • EU Budget and Own Resources (MFF)
  • Solidarity and Social Justice in the Union
  • Democratic Legitimacy

Debate

12:45 - 13:00 - Conclusions

13.00 - 14.30 - Lunch break

14:30 - 17:15 - Part II: A Convention for Treaty Changes: How to prepare for a deeper integration and enhanced democratisation of the European Union

Chair: Rebecca Harms, Co-President of the Green/EFA Group

Introduction to the discussion: Gerald Häfner, MEP, Greens/EFA Coordinator for constitutional affairs

A round of interventions by guests on the state of the debate in the Member States on:

  • Political climate: Member States and EU ready for a Treaty Change?
  • Convention: Scope, Composition, Process
  • Adoption of a new Treaty

Debate

17.15- 17.30 - Conclusions

La crise et au-delà

Le futur de l'Union européenne


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Green MEPs will meet with their national Parliament counterparts on Tuesday 2nd October to discuss the state of the debate at national and EU level on the Union's future.

In the morning, the main topic will be the debates and Green proposals for the future of the economic and political Union. This will be followed in the afternoon by a similar discussion focused on debates surrounding deeper integration and enhanced democratisation of the European Union.

 

10:00 - Registration

10:15 - Welcome and Introduction
Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Co-President of the Green/EFA Group

10:45 - 12.450 -  Part I: Green proposals for the architecture of an economic (and political) Union with full democratic legitimacy

Chair: Rebecca Harms, Co-President of the Green/EFA Group

Introduction to the discussion: Phillipe Lamberts, MEP

A round of interventions  by guests on the state of the debate in the Member States on the architecture of the EU in the fields of:

  • Economic Policies and Financial Regulation
  • EU Budget and Own Resources (MFF)
  • Solidarity and Social Justice in the Union
  • Democratic Legitimacy

Debate

12:45 - 13:00 - Conclusions

13.00 - 14.30 - Lunch break

14:30 - 17:15 - Part II: A Convention for Treaty Changes: How to prepare for a deeper integration and enhanced democratisation of the European Union

Chair: Rebecca Harms, Co-President of the Green/EFA Group

Introduction to the discussion: Gerald Häfner, MEP, Greens/EFA Coordinator for constitutional affairs

A round of interventions by guests on the state of the debate in the Member States on:

  • Political climate: Member States and EU ready for a Treaty Change?
  • Convention: Scope, Composition, Process
  • Adoption of a new Treaty

Debate

17.15- 17.30 - Conclusions


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