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TALKING EUROPE

Latest update : 2012-07-02

What's the grand plan to save the euro? (part 2)

For the 60th edition of "Talking Europe", Christophe Robeet focuses with his guests on the EU leaders who are meeting in Brussels for a make-or-break summit. There are pressing issues: Greece, Spain, borrowing costs, and yet more problems on the table. This is probably Europe's moment of truth. Is there a grand plan to save the euro and the European Union?

Christophe Robeet speaks to:

  • Liem HOANG NGOC, French MEP, Socialists and Democrats;
  • Rebecca HARMS, German MEP, Group of Greens (President);
  • Constance LE GRIP, French MEP, Europe’s People Party;
  • Guy VERHOFSTADT, Belgian MEP, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (President).

In partnership with RFI and Robert Schuman Foundation

Watch part one here 

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