Safeguarding democracy: European elections in Hungary & the EU

2019/02/19 18:30location_onFriedrich Naumann Foundation Europe // Avenue de Cortenbergh/Kortenberglaan 71. // 1000, Brüsszel // Belgium

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European politics has been increasingly influenced by leaders promoting anti-European messages. Hungary, as the prime example of such rhetoric, is on the brink of slowly eroding its democracy.

Prime Minister Orbán and his government are destructing the rule of law, dismantling constitutional checks and balances, buying up or closing down free media and threatening academic freedom. The liberty and freedom of not only Hungarians is at stake, but other Member States and the progress of European integration is as well.

In this context it is important to debate how progressive and liberal forces can play a role in countering populist and illiberal voices not only in the upcoming European elections, but in preserving democracy and the rule of law throughout Europe in the future.

Join us for this timely discussion about the situation in Hungary, the European Union and beyond.

A joint event of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, ALDE Party and Momentum.

Tuesday, 19 February 2019
Registration & Refreshments: 18:30h
Event: 19:00h – ca. 20:15h

Speakers:

Sophie in ‘t Veld – MEP — ALDE, D66 (The Netherlands)

Anna Donáth – Vice-President Momentum (Hungary) — EP elections candidate

Moderation:

Daniela Oberstein – Programme Manager/Media Officer — Friedrich Naumann Foundation Europe

 

*Please note that you will be forwarded to a Google Drive sheet. Should you wish to register with us directly please send an email to register.brussels(at)fnst.org. Photographs will be taken at the event for use on the FNF website, social media, in the press, FNF marketing materials, and other publications.By entering this event, you consent to FNF photographing and using your image and likeness

 

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