Re-energising Europe: A reform package for the EU27. Debate on the institutional future of the EU and the role of Hungary

Event type
Other events
City, Country
Budapest, Hungary
Local Organiser
Political Capital Institute
Event Place
ARCadia Hotel, Budapest
English and Hungarian (Interpretation provided)

On 9 March 2018, Political Capital Institute organised a workshop and a public event to discuss the NPE report "Re-energising Europe. A package deal for the EU 27".

The programme of the public event was the following one:

12:45-13:00 Registration

13:00-13:05 Opening remarks

Péter Krekó, Director, Political Capital

 13:05-13:20 How to re-energize Europe? – A win-win package deal for the EU27

Janis A. Emmanouilidis, Director of Studies, European Policy Centre

 13:20-13:30 What is the stake for Hungary?

Péter Krekó, Director, Political Capital

 13.20-14.30 What economic and political factors can shape the debate of the institutional future of the EU and the eurozone?

Krisztina Arató professor, Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Law

Péter Balázs, director, Center for European Neighborhood Studies

Zoltán Gyévai, editor-in chief, BruxInfo

Jávor Benedek, The Greens (Párbeszéd)

Moderator: Edit Zgut, Political Capital


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