Brexit is becoming a reality and will affect all EU member states. As the EU has never experienced the leaving of one of its member states, there are several key questions that no one can answer with certainty. The political and economic impact of Brexit will be noticeable on both sides of the Channel, and the expectations among politicians, businesses and citizens are enormous. Yet Brexit can also be seen as an opportunity: as a wake-up call for the EU, as an impetus for reform, as an opening for further cooperation in areas such as defence or finance, or as a new lease of life for integration. Many hope that Brexit will not change our lives as radically as some experts predict, but perhaps it can also trigger change for the better.
19:00-19:10 Welcome by
Martina Dlabajová, Vice-President, European Liberal Forum; Member of the European Parliament (ANO/ALDE)
Lucie Čadilová, Director, Delegation of Prague to the EU
Dita Charanzová, Member of the European Parliament (ANO/ALDE)
Pavel Svoboda, Member of the European Parliament (KDU-ČSL/EPP)
Michael Emerson, Associate Senior Research Fellow, Centre for European Policy Studies
Jan Macháček, Chairman of the Board, Institute for Politics and Society
Moderated by Sebastian Vagt, UK Country Manager, Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation for Freedom
The roundtable discussion will be held on 2nd April 2019, 19:00 – 21:00 in Prague House, Avenue Palmerston 16, Brussels, Belgium.
This event will be held in English without the provision of interpreting services.
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This is a roundtable discussion organized by the European Liberal Forum (ELF) with the assistance of the Institute for Politics and Society and co-funded by the European Parliament. The European Parliament is not responsible for the content of the program, or for any use that may be made of it. These views do not necessarily reflect those of the European Parliament and / or the European Liberal Forum.