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Jean-Claude Juncker VS. Martin Schulz : "What is Europe's future?"

Latest update : 2016-09-26

On Tuesday September 27th, FRANCE 24 and RFI will broadcast an exclusive debate between Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, and Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament.

In a twenty-minute session, they will answer questions in English from Eve Irvine (France 24) and questions in French from Caroline de Camaret (France 24) and Dominique Baillard (RFI),

Rivals at the last European election in 2014, Presidents Jean-Claude Juncker and Martin Schulz will debate the key issues facing the European Union. Security, economy, euroscepticism, what new answers can Europe deliver? And what is Europe’s role in the world?

Web users can also follow the debate on France 24 and RFI’s digital environments, and notably on their websites, Youtube channels and Facebook pages.
 

Broadcasts:

On France 24

- In English: Tuesday September 27th from 9.00 pm in the news bulletins and on Saturday October 1st at 12.10 pm
 - In French: Tuesday September 27th at 9.40 pm and Saturday 1st October at 1.10 pm

On RFI

 - On Wednesday September 28th in the news programmes and on Friday September 30th at 7.10 pm

Recordings: Tuesday September 27th at the Bibliothèque Solvay in Brussels.
 

 

Date created : 2016-09-26

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