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Dialogue on the future of Europe: how to build a more effective end genuinely strong Union?
2020.09.21. @ 10:00 - 13:30
The Ministry of Justice of Hungary and the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law organise a conference called Dialogue on the future of Europe: how to build a more effective end genuinely strong Union? on the 21st of September, 2020 in the Delegation Hall of the Parliament. The conference will be held in an unusual way, partly online. The official languages of the webinar will be English and French.
The main purpose of our event is to initiate dialogue about current issues and enduring questions, likewise inquiries regarding the future. For this reason we would like to hold an opening event, reflecting on the topics of the Conference on the Future of Europe.
The detailed programme of the conference can be found here.
The official summary of the conference can be found here.
Each lecture can be found below:
Judit Varga, Minister of Justice of Hungary
Dubravka Šuica, Vice-President of the European Commission
Antonio Tajani, Chair of the European Parliament’s Constitutional Affairs
Committee, former President of the European Parliament
Mark Speich, Secretary of State for Federal, European and International
Affairs, North Rhine-Westphalia, Federal Republic of Germany
François-Xavier Bellamy, President of the French Delegation to the EPP
Group, Member of the European Parliament
József Szájer, President of the Hungarian Delegation to the EPP Group,
Member of the European Parliament
Bertrand Mathieu, Professor at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University,
Member of the Venice Commission
Sven Simon, Professor at Philipps University of Marburg, Member of the
Marcel Szabó, Professor at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Member of the
Hungarian Constitutional Court
Richárd Hörcsik, Chairman, Committee on European Affairs of the Hungarian
Jean de Ruyt, Former Permanent Representative of Belgium to the European
Union, Senior fellow, Egmont Institute
Tymoteusz Zych, Vice-president, Ordo Iuris Institute for Legal Culture
László Trócsányi – Closing remarks