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changing the way the decisions made. be done. deal and exactly what happens. in these middle age with the innovation. of innovation because the good the good and creation of the. technology should have been closed in a close region by region of. the society that i believe this time was a medicine and the same. for the new world order mr you know that it happened many times in history that something that once was a blessing suddenly becomes a curse everybody agrees that it's certain point of time the consensus model that the e.u. has served it well but now it takes china less time to set up a whole industry for the european union to come up with a policy don't you think that the mechanism of making decisions by consensus in
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this day and age when everything changes by the minute is a bit outdated to say the least. about the you know. john if you if it takes you years just to come up with a policy. that democracy is a very critical system. to find. killing millions of people this has been the lesson that you. because there's been a very difficult is going to also be. making decisions they don't have to be a drag on society. you know. people. from the mental freedom to decide but. to decide to do. what has been promised by the. simple not possible and they know just the very beginning so they said to. a crucial democratic debate
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they achieve nothing because they were. even to. the european union especially when it comes to technology and regulation of innovation i are saying that the europeans have essentially a choice between either having a democracy or have. a logical society. i think that this is a very good question and this is the main challenge of today because the main. two days. and is challenging to see. is the possible reduction in the medium term of the work force and the second is what is called the human income. so there could be a summer following that perhaps tomorrow. will be delegated to human we became
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the executor and then it is much more pretty late in the west that we have to find a new way to maintain the human in command of these technologies in. your presidency specified three priorities sustainable development peace and culture and all of them strike me as something that europe does better than others it's good at sustainable development better than many other parts of the world it's good that culture is. peace if you want to if there. is a moving forward why do you focus on things that you. focus on something that it's trying. but i think that the idea to look to the. is first of all i don't see that today europe is the one that is. better because for example china has not been a forefront of these ideas sustainability they were not of the first to look to the situation of climate in beijing just to mention one but today they understood it is
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the future and they are investing a lot in this so europe has been the inventor of this concept of being the main event. that has been approved by the parliament about banning goes to. use the can create them. they created enormous business in producing new. but other country have understood that these called cities working can be a new wealth. of thinking but there's agenda of change that will be for fun is for enterprise for me . how's that going to drive one of the reasons why china is such a leader in all those areas that you mention is because it has streamlined decision making europe again cannot compete with. i keep going to the same question can you deliver that win win without changing the way the decisions are made in the
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european union and the way they're implemented i think that. we can. foster. to some longer but the mechanism and when we've seen that we can bypass in europe. to judge others because also someone a stall to the center moment it was denied to the. market in china with the change the system of china and finally we discover the market economy that is winning the world is another called very efficient as well in the raising standards for its people lifting millions out of poverty. in europe we never work and also in some part of the of the west europe when they were because of. the prize the individual to the collectivity in their work in chinese working from one thousand is a concept that seems the foundation of china but. is there any middle ground i mean
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we are talking not a major infringements on human rights or putting people into concentration. camps or simply talking about streamlining policy on technical issues. more expedient way. to compete with china which is not going to sit around and. look for example to the agreement to worldwide today you are. of trade agreement to right the united states. members they negotiate to. be to delegate to negotiate to today you are. in front of. the want to negotiate with the european union and the single county example the second example europe has been through does make a. unique case in the story. and to the.
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security to that is used by many and even the chinese want so much to enter not. just. example of enormous success. because just a few days ago your own country signed a memorandum of understanding with china to become an official. initiative at the time. even agreed formally on the new policy. looks like your own country doesn't have much patience. clearly. someone can criticize this. is very difficult. that does not being counseled between a european. national. playing
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is no different from the case of. the the big. to china is a by law to make. because there is definitely concern within the e.u. circles that. is striking out on its own here because it's. not the first country to sign that agreement but it's the largest one of the most important within the e.u. community. this is a challenge. i seem to not all of the i think government is open to this issue can remember the open of these. laws. and was a. road not all the. european going to china models so
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there was these delegations if i didn't it was china camming to europe and to visit and we have also to remember there was a lot of debate the need at the time of the i mean that can be accused to be an anti utopian as you would know for sure but for the role that the us played they continued to play when the was in the past does is to open an agreement before opening the port of does he to cheney's i seem to test to be managed and understood you know european framework and sound. to be criticised. for my government has done because i'm not so being put into the bed with the parliament that is not open and to document such a debate and the public debate but in any case in the agreement the. deal framework of. the relation with china is very open these betty is very clear so is an ongoing debate i think that we have to find a way to cooperate with china. we have to take
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a break now but back in just a few moments. you know world of big partners. and conspiracy it's time. to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media. refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smart we need to stop slamming the door on the bats and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the troops the time is now we're watching closely watching the hawks.
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welcome back to worlds apart with the president of the european economic and social committee mr i heard you say those who oppose the european project often do. anything concrete and yet if we look at the euro skeptics in your own country they seem to be very resolute about what they want what they don't want they put. the supremacy on the national legislation they want to strengthen the tally and culture the national identity they don't want more immigration or more isn't
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concrete enough i would look to do is also. saying that they eat to live without being part of the european union and that pass through the measure prize this economic and financial one of the last thirty years or one the world when there was a big financial speculation looked like in ninety two against their lead us and they gave the pounds and the list of why exactly thanks to you there was a lot of you are this time that we doubt belonging to a perspective to go you know that actually more unification and more binding at a glacial to monetary italy would. and that's also a matter of debate because there are some who would tell you the. italian gains of membership have been much smaller than among other member states because if i'm not mistaken the average g.d.p. growth in italy since two thousand and one was only a quarter of one percent compared to the one point seven e.u. average can you really blame the talents for trying to look at altoona tips for
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example called trading with china. i think that when you speak about the. from the mental distinction the. fundamental argument for. relation but i'm talking about the current government. and the monday from the population i mean. it depends how you were to theo and the demand of people. as well. as of course diligent because they were voted in the other were the opposition or as many european because there is that is a big transition as i was telling that is a problem of the media classify lost. so that he is. blaming it on globalization isn't that also part of the problem isn't the e.u. the structure of. the way defines priorities isn't that also part of the.
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blame for the rise of far right parties across europe. i mean. taking. people off neoliberal economic perspective have been in power for quite some time everyone has to take responsibility in this very challenging time and of course there is a demand in our society due to the be good the normal that we are leaving and the fact that the. economic and financial crisis yes we. are going much more coming back on the surely six and the. but we came out that we dealt a measure of these two options in any case when he was saying that the many of them only say no and. the magic example and the message they can buy hold the. example the banks that they say no for three they do not
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succeed. and you see that from one e r. or the. police and the. right wing parties are still despite. in power in italy in hungary in austria in poland there. in france it is expected that there are going to consolidate our presence in. the may elections. what is it in the policies of the. driving the support. i am asking you to be critical in assessing because you are ultimately in charge of. analyzing those trends and you have to take a. not only people also people you associate yourself with.
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the question that was very clear a few years ago. keep keeping back in. the media or. simply. from. the speeches they see that the finally. is not working is not even supported. by the voters and this is mainly important describing that they have. to make. the most of the raising so much.
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as not being too. because it. has been in the deepest prizes for you because most of the class is the. europe's own decision joint forces of the united states. been a decision taken. together. and the consequence is. a member is that fair when you are not partaking. partaking in the decision but yet you all have to suffer the consequences. with the. opening such of this year. and the clear strategy to build
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up. any mandate from the international law. international law. to control and to prevent this. is not been the case in the last twenty five with many of the. great many to be very resigned to international conflicts. ready to resign saying that we need. to invest very clearly together. as a key to prevent the peace and also to negotiate. the . national. that are making the. since our time is running out i still want to ask a question about value because the european union has long position. al hughes
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based on to about a decade ago many central asian countries for example kazakhstan uzbekistan even russia to some extent wanted to deep economic cooperation of in the european union but they were told that you know we care a lot about values you have to build their democracies first then the economic cooperation will depend they all turn to china helping china rise helping themselves certainly do you think it was a smart decision putting value of economic opportunities because china clearly have seized on those economic opportunities something some would say at the expense of the european union. the one cannot cannot leave that is exactly what. the euro was accused. conditionality to the aid that because you can on the corporation we to.
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go there to say there is no country's being cut off the investment of. the first european union members they most of them are saying that has not been a mistake because they need more money with conditionality they look china as an opportunity but today. the media along. not. but they want to be the new had of corporation we do it up in the your puter will be savvy enough to understand these new challenge to build up a new. i seem to some mistake it to be very honest as been done in a certain point not only for the economic issue and values but for the international geopolitics that has come back a very strong international space between europe and russia. and europe and.
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europe and the united states. in this case is much more the responsibility of united states i think if i can say they'd been leader she would decide. that europe is becoming the worst united states. ask you one more question about values because it's very interesting to me you've been very supportive of president call build a new european. would say that you have to kind of put your own house in order before embarking on such grandiose plans when it comes to values what do you make all of. that wasn't in keeping with the. some discontent in the middle class from my point of view big mistake of managing a measured decision about the taxation on them specifically asking about street
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action because when you have people that are breaking out destroying everything on the other hand also have the use of explosive grenades and. manes and kills people we are not seeing that even in authoritarian societies these. are not seen in the. at least ten fatalities and several thousand injured. and people losing eyes people losing their limbs you know. to defend that it's fake news i mean. those protesters have been have a hand that they can defend. such a violent explosion. that they are very proud of the police
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is managing this as not been the case. twenty years ago where the south thing is up and i want to just exactly do to praise the italian police force i'm asking about the french police force because it's a very important question when you're debating values whenever something some street action happens in other countries authoritarian countries in the european book there's always a very harsh criticism on any use of the police but here we are not hearing that forthright. as we have different sorts of information. not. because. of course there are also people who enjoy big confrontation but they're not so you're not a little concerned about how. that is that we have. as we had in the past for example you need or at the european level. to put in just
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a. decision that we had over the rules and not the least but i think. that we have to say that. that it should be osa way to prevent. the security forces to work with. some lesson from the. value. there it's been a pleasure talking to you thank you very curious i encourage our viewers to keep this conversation going on our social media pages and hope to see you again same place same time here on worlds apart.
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