The Institute for Politics and Society invites you to a public debate on “The Brexit Drama Heads to Climax.”
The possibility of a hard Brexit or a no-deal Brexit is increasing every day. It is not clear yet what fate awaits the EU citizens living in the UK and the British on the continent. Even more uncertain is the nature of the future trade and cooperation between the two entities.
Has the EU27 done its utmost against a no-deal Brexit? Where will the negotiating steps of the British Prime Minister Theresa May lead? Will the Brexit crisis reach its climax in the last days of March? How will it impact the Irish backstop?
Lucy Hughes, Deputy Head of Mission, British Embassy in the Czech Republic
The confirmed guests of the debate are:
Zuzana Kasáková, Vice-Dean for International Relations at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University,
Jiří Schwarz, Economist, Director of Centre for Economic and Market Analyses,
Lubomír Lízal, President of AAU, Member of the Supervisory Board of Expobank and ČEZ,
Karolína Kottová, Head of the Political Section at the Representation of the European Commission in the Czech Republic,
Jan Kovář, Research Fellow at the Institute of International Relations,
Kryštof Kruliš, Research Fellow of AMO Research Center.
The moderator of the debate is Jan Macháček, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Institute for Politics and Society.
The working language of debate is Czech.
The debate will take place on 19th March 2019 from 5 pm to 7 pm in Cafe Louvre, Narodní třída 22, Prague 1