Tag Archives: transeuropean debate

Should we wait for institutional reforms to bring out transeuropean lists for the European election 2019? Introduction to the #CR e-Tribune (06/02/2018)

We could see things moving and changing since last July when we launched the #CitizensRoute in Louvain la Neuve: the EU institutions discussing how to take action in order to open 2019 election to new dimension, new paradigm: transeuropean lists, political parties/movements… And all of a sudden it was a brutal stop. The day after our e-tribune debate on the

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[podcast] David Carayol (NewropeansClub): How do we bring out and promote transeuropean lists? #CR e-Tribune (06/02/2018)

The “e-Tribunes” consist of monthly online meetings organised by the CitizenRoute’s partners, aimed at providing the opportunity for emerging political movements to present and confront their positions on European “burning issues”. e-Tribune N°3: “Should we wait for institutional reforms to bring out transeuropean lists for the European election 2019?“ was organised on Feb. 6th 2018 and was debated by our

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#CitizensRoute e-Tribune n°2: “Constitution and/or Democratisation?” Proceedings

On December 6th, the #CitizensRoute held its second e-tribune based on the following question: “Constitution and/or democratization?”. The question was asked to all participants and answered in particular by the representatives of 5 trans-European political visions : Diem25 (Erik Edman), Newropeans (David Carayol), Federalists (Yves Gernigon), Change in Paradigm (Adrian Taylor) and We are Europe (Jens Baganz). The problematic raised

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Stop Nationalisms – Promote Transnationalism (by José Maria Compagni)

The debate on nationalisms and the right to decide rages across Europe once again. Catalonian independentists have managed to place their separatist ambitions at the heart of the political debate. The historic pendulum swings from globalism to independentism and that is to their advantage. I think we are far from seeing the pendulum striking the right balance again and, in

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