Association for International Affairs (AMO) in cooperation with Prague Twenty takes a great pleasure in inviting you to a debate:
WILL THE EU HELP TO THE CZECH ECONOMY?
Ten years after the accession, the Czech Republic is fully integrated into the European Single Market. 80% of Czech exports goes to EU member countries. It is important to discuss the future prospects of economic integration, as it will influence Czech competitiveness fundamentally.
First, the research paper discussing the main legislative challenges for the Czech Republic will be presented. The principal part will be dedicated to the discussion of the European Parliament elections candidates. Their contribution will be commented by the expert panel and the questions from the audience will conclude the event.
The debate will focus not only on general issues of the direction of European economic integration, but it will also focus on some specific legislative proposals or Commission’s initiatives that are prepared in the form of public consultations.
Ludek Niedermayer, TOP09
Miloslav Ransdorf, KSCM
Libor Roucek, CSSD
Jiri Sir, ANO 2011
Oldrich Vlasak, ODS
Vit Dostal, Association for International Affairs
Vladimir Dlouhy, Prague Twenty
Lukas Kovanda, Prague Twenty
Krystof Krulis, Association for International Affairs
Vaclav Nekvapil, Association for International Affairs
Working language: Czech
Time and venue:
Monday, May 12, 2014, 16:00 – 18:00
Era svet, Jungmannovo namesti 6, Prague 1
Please register here by May 11, 2014.