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there's plenty food for thought at the finish buno. here what she did of a news life from the end coming up next a special program ahead of the european elections face the votes as any please on such shall be back at the top of the hour with more headlines for now on behalf of the whole the w team thanks so much for watching. shifting powers the old order is history the world is reorganizing itself and the media's role is keep the topic in focus of the global media forum twenty nine change today one out of two people is online who are we following whom do we trust to debate and shape the future at the georgia dome or global media forum twenty nineteen.
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how they can do this is a special debate should i face the fact is any peace to you i'm catherine nicholson your presence at france twenty four and i'm max hoffman brussels bureau chief of deutsche thank you for joining us here at the heart of europe at the european parliament in brussels where there are just a couple of weeks to go down before the e.u. elections and we are handing over control so you devices so it's a valid front some people and does exist a radio station are at five radio i have been out across the street young europeans who have i think the best sign after all it is about their future they have the most to lose or to gain from these elections that some are already labeling as among the most crucial in recent memory so it's only fair that they get to ask most of the questions to our guests well let's see that it's time to fight people he will be tackling
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a very basic questions we have with us today and i commend parents from portugal socialists and democrats great thanks being with us and right next to her who is a senator with the greens right here in belgium she also has a real job if i may say she's a professor of john ecology in ghent and she might not have time to do that in the future because she's running for the european parliament as one of the. of the greens. across the other side ross abel center good to see here is a former genie a minister it's only for the european union as something this may in fronts how i first saw emmanuel might cause delays. in this also is a centrist fiercely fro european this and also happy to have a deal with and susan member of the biggest political group in the european parliament and poised to remain so the european people's party she's also the chair of the environment's committee which will be very important for the discussion later on tonight everyone has
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a final panelist joining us from germany in good. standing full of fun right she'll do it shines party a.s.d. with the a f d secret pit in the european parliament tell it so as catherine said earlier we asked first time voters all across the continent about what was important to them and unsurprisingly there was a lot of return about opportunities for young people's studies jobs and one of them really really struck us. from greece and this is what she had to say. let them stop and praising a stereotype policies aggressive policies against other nations who do not agree with their ideology it's what we saw in greece but also elsewhere and europe let them understand that we have turned the page we once on a territory and brotherhood between nations not intolerance racism and hatred. after that from greece with her question
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a country where unemployment still stands at about eighteen percent currently of course there has been a lot of anger as we know in greece directed towards other member states for their role during the eurozone crisis particularly germany for example of course anger as well towards the european commission for its role in the management of that crisis and the question currently dominated by the european people's party so we will come to our representative here first i do you out of early and as bill says that greece will put on that aggressive policies against other nations like that is that we know that this is a failing in greece because it was a tough time for everyone there but it's true that the budgetary discipline imposed by europe on its member states is absolutely necessary to protect people's money to protect people's savings to protect the economy of a country so i do believe that in indiana and they. are paying back for more
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safety at a national level issues are most bizarrely and that this is still a topic for young people i'm not surprised and it will be like like this for a while but then we also have to say to these young people in greece that we increase the funding for all use related policies so you see it's not like just putting some rules stuff rules on one hand and not giving incentives or active policies or on the other hand so a lot of money on erastus blows on you sunny employment programs related so i would say she has still to. wait and see the results of the months in portugal proves that actually some of these policies were wrong and that you see the early part of yes and that the punitive part of it and that indeed by. investing in the in. sumption and in investing in the people we will while at the same time keeping the
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balance the books vallance was the right way and that's what has been bringing back our youth that was forced to emigrate with the austerity policies back and i think is the youth in portugal like anywhere they want of course job opportunities that some jobs not carry and jobs says it's still the case very much the norm and of course this means quality education also to face the challenges that are imposed by the the changes in the digital world will resonate investing in europe's youth i would like to hear what mr beck has to say about that because that would mean that countries like germany would have to pay more into countries where you have high rates of youth unemployment are you on board with this well that's already happening. austerity is an integra paunch of the. country is of measures that's been dreamt up by the european central bank and the
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commission to rescue the euro the euro doesn't suit anyone it impairs or standard tear you know not only no must because whether your toe. with the same father unusual is for the euro is hard guarantee i'm afraid if i could just finish the euro is far too high for countries like greece and its exchange rate is far too low for countries like germany what we presently have is a system whereby the south of europe is largely deindustrialized and germany is required to make transfer payments so what eases the whole hey what do you produce what we do clear all those young very big well you need benefits or euro let's head to the heart of the way that diagnosis of the problem that's the euro so we want to meet the euro we want to design. currency union that's
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a first start and then it is up to each contraire to well if this timeline is and the end also i would say of the european union it's a integral part of the whole system and i would say that germany it's not actually paying or because the modern policy is put in place by this european commission where for example to attract in private investment through the european fund for strategic investment and we attracted private investments of two hundred billion two hundred some thousand new jobs so it's not germany paying for new jobs or for the unemployed people increase their modern financial leverage mostly and create any german sort of a job it's mine for that i could i just recently like to be added to see if i may have and they are a lot of it is really going to if you're going to italy has had problems in the euro is a crisis as well you're standing on the sort of trans national list of when it
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solves one thing that's the opposite of what mr beck wants a you wanting more europe not less i want to better europe i certainly don't want the euro which has made a serious mistake and they're evaluating and there is the meeting the social impact the very negative social impact of this very policies through the crisis and i don't want to europe which is part of the do we dissent i mean germany is the biggest beneficiary of the euro the because of the future of the single market and it is clear that we should go because the young lady was saying get to the pillar of fuel which is to redirect it and so we've seen that we have to go back to political and social equality goes through directly within the rupee or you because the only way to grow old stronger it is clear that germany on one side there will be on people sparking on the other side we're huge responsibility for the for the sentiment of the young lady which is very spread around europe a sentiment where we have lost the a.d.l. first of. the idea of the social dimension of our bodies yes again because i just
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had to bring in the greek government bears the main responsibility for the sentiment of that young morning i'd have to say was just not enough he certainly didn't you should have been often obviously other the great governor all the good going to be a huge responsibility by the shock therapy as being almost for the united states ok let's say a couple more first time voters i guess it will come to you after we've heard from harlow from slovenia and yon who's from croatia the new album and i'd like to know whether you'll continue to encourage young people to study abroad and increase scholarship money will you encourage them to meet people from other countries or boys let's just move that around or you go out of production will be able to prove also i would also stress the importance of maintaining peace and freedom. and improving employment opportunities for young people in true asia really curmudgeon lucrative. currently has a youth unemployment rate of twenty three percent. what would you do if you really
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had the power to change things there yes well first of all we have the youth guarantee of course and it should be implemented should be absolutely mandatory in all member states to be implemented and we think that the european social fund can be used for the youth employment initiative which has already been put in place if i'm correct eight point eight billion euros have been directed to that and this is very good but we need mechanisms so that if there is an economic crisis where young people are affected in the first place immediately funding from the social right is that we have and they are not in immediate economic crisis still we have twenty three percent youth unemployment what do you suggest well to increase all measures needed to get this this you would guarantee in place which is making sure that young people after four months of graduation or unemployment immediately have the possibility to have a job further training or education this must be put in place much more effectively
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than it has been and one of the reasons why it's not been successful in all member states is because in many member states it has not been accompanied with social measures that are in empower important to make this realization this is a priority in terms of their ety youth unemployment is the first thing that we need to tackle mr back wasn't through up the early years so but i think this probably goes in this direction where you can respond to what you were trying to say earlier correct that's fair enough and if i'm not going to be interrupted this time the more that we cannot enter into that fine. we've been hearing a great deal about the various investment programs here i think it may be useful if i remind everyone and our audience of the ambitious program the european union launched in two charlatans. the the so-called lisbon agenda i'm quoting according to the lisbon agenda europe should become and i say i'm quoting him here the most competitive and dynamic knowledge based economy in the world by two thousand and
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ten and they yardstick for basi us and east asia europe has failed resoundingly the euro is still hard. to do with your all alone feudalism so you know i will not argue of europe this. region or the world in egypt panda's matching europe's growth for the lower level at a high level an easy has a high level of stagnation but that wasn't the programme outlined in two thousand and i mean if what we've been listening to what we've been hearing from these young voters is that they are obviously discontented with the established policy of more state intervention of inflating away the costs of bank rescue rescues and of saving occurrence that has failed these holiday. must have failed so that it isn't the only then the only one i read. yet i mean why we are.
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no more but i sure know i mean i don't trust. me that's why we are not follow following the established policies of state intervention and keeping a currency union alive thanks simply not it's a measure going to lower taxes and same issue because some of the policies have failed yeah it's all over we need to change the policies to make indeed europe correspondent desperations of the citizens but it's ridiculous to advocate that we should get rid of europe we need europe we need europe in this into the pen and then global as well we need the dimension of europe where we can do which you can intervene to regulate through millicent's at the global level if you say that the euro. is the problem it's it's not because we have too much of it is because we have europe european financial union without a fiscal union let's talk about fiscal justice in europe and then if you don't have
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to have a financial union a monetary union without a fiscal union without a political union we didn't present last option either you're a parent who had we understood one thing that i mean the gentleman wants to destroy europe won't destroy the eurozone was to get out of the european union me it is very clear i will i don't need to answer to him because of the position of if you like to answer to the young young people waste waste and we need a europe which more people are support units and that's what they're waiting for an example there is a big success story in europe which is around means. the truth of the report about the routes most because we want to use air as well as currently that's like a station in the rest of us any benefits the privileged few and use what i was saying is we didn't announce most of the social inclusion they wanted to rouse most of the people who can't afford it without the family going right you little and this is why we need to triple them so you're sort of revolving door you're affordance of course it's
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a choice why you think all these are falling before we could ever. have all of the you budget the big success story of the union nine billion people here yes if we triple the budget to be twenty seven million i mean last year that rate is you know why even if you know the money tree it's not easy because you should know that you know that you have him parliament in the commission or out of work being done is course playing creasing the budgets exactly because on this kind of polyamory you are a doubling here was the last thing you cover you. propose. only when you know you and you can't govern you know trying to government think they are going countering the government when they are you know i remind you that my government where i was meaning. i know who played by the resources that i was actually. yeah i mean yeah i mean were you just laid in bed you would say or are or are actually fairly british and you know i let you go ok so you know everybody down there you said no samuel you. must maurizio know everybody that i was i mean i was
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in their second you know i think it was fun i suppose that's where i will come back and most of that would later oh i'm better now we need to move on right we do need to move on this plan see of course we can say about the economic section but of course the second part of our debate something that's very much been huge so many young people all around europe and the world the climate emergency we can hear from first time christiane he's twenty one and he is from denmark. but if you could ask how can you be so on the beaches when it comes to taking responsibility for our future but why do you let member states get away with doing so little to make the switch to renewables why are you doing now to create a future we can all live in. almost you were part of the grand coalition in the european parliament the social democrats and the conservatives with that exhilarating yemeni not here for people's party well it's an official that's why i said it's an official and clear accusation here from a from a young man that you're not doing enough why aren't you doing and i understand that
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young people are very happy we recently received a great deal to do that year and she is right there is no planet me we absolutely need to be serious about fighting climate change and mitigating the consequence of the that think to a less consume is no type of life so everybody questions why don't we only war doesn't the will of money you don't care i love my doesn't apollo we do enough about those parliament cares and does and as one quite proactive about the problem is actually in the council where the things up blocked parliament has been quite the bishes and my colleague actually can't tell us much more about the others to be honest there are these three european commission's putting forward legislation to tackle the climate change issue very consistent in their life five years we have the e.t.f. these are doing enough they're doing enough that's what you know i'm not saying we are doing enough but we have taken huge steps what we need now we have to keep an eye on how these policies are implementing because they are just adopted but you
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can't say we we didn't do and you have to be so if there was a bit of i don't care somehow europe is there in the end rational eighteen and no european member states is on track to meet it yes it's true and it should be not a lost opportunity next week you see you at the summit because at that summit of the heads of states they should decide on the national diamond contributions so that in new york when they go and report at the united nation. to present each member state with its national determine contribution and it's not on the agenda or at least i haven't seen it so it's true that at the council level there he's a reluctant people to tackle more decisiveness let's hear from the greens great represent you've got much more ambitious absolutely no go than currently but is this really achievable we have from extinction really and they would say for example get rid of petrol and diesel cars within a couple of decades can europeans really accept well the cost of doing nothing will
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be much higher than the cost that we need now to make that transition and i wouldn't call it a cost but investment it's an opportunity it has been calculated that greening the economy will provide jobs so people don't only believe in economy should also be convinced that this is the right thing to do we can and innovate and set the example all over the world but as greens in the parliament we have been most ambitious that's true and we have calculated our plans we can show they are realistic even the commission has now said that we can go to fifty percent emission reduction by twenty thirty we want to go to sixty percent we have calculated that we will have to do that if we want to achieve the parings agreement levels so we can do more and it shouldn't cost two people two normal people should be done there so there's a reason we have it on the european level of the greens are not set to gain any seats at the moment if we believe the polls now a party that is set to gain the from germany's yeah well let me in here let me.
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since your party is most likely going to be rather successful in the upcoming elections for the european parliament what are your plans to say. the planet where we've heard a great great many professions of faith. now i'd like to introduce some logic into this discussion that's going to not go to titan and are not rational faith i mean you conclude a lot of things that science come out and say from is a fact well we haven't heard much of scientific evidence as far as i know nothing here i'm not denying any either. as far as i know germany for example is responsible for two percent of c o two emissions i don't know the figures for the e.u. as a whole let's say they are around ten percent. on that basis revenues i'd also i'd like to ask a number of questions if it's around ten percent good it could be h or fifteen then the question is what do you what effect do european policies on climate change have
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on world emission as well as an argument to do nothing well it has to have an effect otherwise that it's me a symbol is that it has an effect and i think the china now has been installing its own system the world is looking at europe you can we can set an example we can innovate and we can set standards we'll be following that sure what china is doing if i may i but nevertheless i would say that something it was mentioned it is an opportunity for new business models and for a new economy which is more sustainable and if we think that germany's case i don't know about the percentages of one hundred but i know that burning a lot of coal and this has to stop because there'll turn out gives like real buzz as it was mentioned like a new kind of economy which is more sustainable and carbon free and this is the future and the young people are asking for that they are indeed asking for it not only when it comes to saving saving the planet from climate change but also when it
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comes to other topics i mean the european union often sees itself as a front runner for example take the ban on well a number of single use plastics that was in the. acted at the beginning of this year so that should be enough shouldn't it well our first time voters have a different view here on the fabia from germany. thank you for the ban on plastic straws that's great but we could do a lot more in sweden they planned three new trees for every one that is cut down why can't we do that everywhere in the e.u. that would be a great idea right. hand from germany speaking there center good see i'd like to come see you he's talking about pan-european environment initiatives much more harmony you're representing a transnational group that wants more europe closer ties is this something that is really achievable given the very different men yesterday's demands we all know what
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we have to do. there are the parents agreement and we have two reasons objectives reason exactly we need to give our sense more financial means in the union and more political clout on the global scene this is why let me say we propose to create a finance climate to bank to write direct private savings on the project we meet the target of the paris agreement and we think that that we have to play more as united act on the global scene because as you go it was saying we are we are the leader and we must remain the leader on an issue which makes a difference for the young generation in terms of i think and he said it was a false sense i thought about more resources about like you talk about the more i should use all money is more and more i rationally about emory it's always if you have the question you have to wait for my answer because the question was to me and so the resources are for privacy and you read the right privacy in being on the sustainable project creating a new finance family bank and also defending our interest in the war we want to
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introduce a carbon tax on the product which are made outside europe and we do not respect they might undermine the standard these are way. to push also the other partners to play by the rules and to play by the object you can. answer my question directly. as the chair of the arab league and wherever you want dreamliner just a second yeah we know there's pressure from the streets we mentioned earlier how many visits from lobbyist do you get to say but say the car lobby we can't do this because otherwise our business i think you raised you raised the plastic for example and they didn't get any visit so you should know that there is a huge acceptance that we have to cut on plastic because we have a lot of a collection same thing how is it goes out for a lobbyist let's say from the person producing so many and i've been here is out that even knows what yes yes what you're doing i according to your own just a second just
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a second i know the truth is that the industry is recognizing the problems and they are ready to find solution to act on that it's the same thing with their missions on cars with the emission generally on their d.t.'s with having just is the same with the plastics and you know the problem is really huge legislative steps but it has to come also from the industry and the society we can't. do it by themselves so isn't would like to repeat the question how much pressure do you get from industry i wouldn't pressure from something to not act on this subject and i myself i haven't doesn't i mean of course it's natural to have debate with a view on who is involved to find together solutions but i've read exactly today that for example the cosmetic industry is sinking to taking absolutely all the micro plastics small beds in my fix voluntarily out and that is going to fire i
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guess. i'm a nice to see something that is generally about industry i'd like to see us i was very happy to parties target you say would help. eighty thousand jobs in belgian i mean in what timeframe is is that really achievable if you if you want to achieve our goals by twenty thirty by death time in achieving them we will have created all these jobs this can be calculated and it's not the greens that say that so a lot of experts say that but can i say something about all the good intentions that i hear on the other side. lacks coherence in its policy it is still subsidizing fossil fuels a lot as we know it is not looking i'm going to change the climate i'm doing that because you're a mini yes. by one hand you are a doctor also use a nation to crack the shield to it by the other hand we are i mean i think some developments i will give an example is on balance and also using the sort of the
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example of the parliament as you know there is a negotiation to start up the discussions again the greens have put on the table an amendment to ask that we ask the usa to agree again on the paras agreement before we start that was not here kerry of course and this is why i'm on the micro was the only one in the european council for both of the opening of the yes but again i thought it was going to sort of you know you want to move as of saying in the parliament misstatements that instead of saying what this side of the other side in european parliament why don't we build up good alliances by project and if we're going to yes we are there finally know that we are and i mean from your party i just imagine that you love it all going yes you know there is only one of these i mean i wouldn't say that even if you can't be a leader on the fight against how much time so you know it's island on the ground it was already lying yeah you're right and i'm just not interesting to the to the start of it all i've just been refraining from interrupting. contrary to general
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practice now the young european who posed the question want to plant trees i should like. like to say that the german government on trade for example is cutting down lots of trees in order to install its windmills all around the come over run the country replacing woodlands with industrial landscapes and then as a second point if i may i've said already that many of these vague ideas. would be rather symbolic unless we can establish to sayings first of all they must have a meaningful impact on emission levels worldwide and in addition and that links up with what's been said already they must be able to set an example which ship which will change behavior elsewhere if i can so it i mean. as
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a misstep do you disagree with your own party's line on that no i'm not i'm not i'm merely outlining. outlining it the need for emissions reduction or do you disagree because your party says climate protection is a misstep the climate always change that the world existed i don't think that's official party policy toward what we are saying that is a manifesto you know well that is very selectively naturally we are not necessarily playing it well that's mainly. was issue and i can tell you here if we receive satisfactory answers to those two questions and if it in addition it is established that that is not socially divisive and that since it could not make it affordable then we can talk about everything but make sure he is fast you're going see this is a hot topic and quite frankly we could spend a whole show on it without a problem for probably a couple of shows but since we want to hear more from the first time voters let's
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bring one more thing which is a sort of the over arching topic of this european election which is how many seats will the so-called. populous gain and in which way will be able to change maybe the european union or bloc proceedings in the european parliament. has story from hungary a country that has been governed by one of those parties the fetus parties for nearly a decade. and that's that i'd like to know what they think about the fact that right wing parties are gaining ground across europe the european union at risk from the rise of the far right and populism in the race for mongering speaking then our war and european figure has very much set himself up front and center as an enemy of populists is the french president emanuel mccall we've heard from him he said that he sees this as a battle gravity in particular and progressives that brings you quite logically to
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sandra goard see you running on a minimum i can stick it as i've said but people are voting for these parties which are being labeled populist they gaining in their vote share surely that means these parties are providing arms that the more traditional and more mainstream are not these are not providing questions and some found the right question for example the bracks you saw they say they were saying let's think back control and it is true that today politics needs to take back control of transnational issues things about fight against climate change things and out migration things about things to fight against terrorism but to take back control of their own they provided their own grounds for because they say we get out of the you know we go back and it's known as the policies if we want to take back control of this issue we need to build up the universe that we don't then and we need also is sovereign and democratic europe because there just aren't the we can be double in this time there was only at european level going to affect your based in london where you're a professor you campaigned in favor of brecht's it's i know that you want to see
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the european parliament done away with in fact is is there a clash share that you believe your party your side of the argument can win. we want war democracy. the european parliament is directly elected it is direct elected but it doesn't have a de moss i'm here to see everyone i mean here at milan with the euro with the german constitutional court which in. judgments has stated that the european parliament has insufficient democratic legitimacy now that i can vision on that is the following the european parliament undoubtedly pays more regard and articulate spa pillar views more than the european commission or the european court of justice it does so less well the national parliaments either do or could do therefore you're absolutely correct that's in our party program but i'd like to. cut the
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wings of base the european commission and the court of justice before we abolish the european part of that and why the party your protein case standing for these elections for the european parliament they should say ok we do not recognise the you usefulness or the them or some of the european parliament so i'm not standing there hello there are only very like no there is i'm afraid there is no that's never called religion if i may just answer this question on a game as has me trying to make a point five hundred million citizens or one solidarity you understand that for the kind of transnational challenges we face we need europe there's no way they all of a nation state can actually well provide for regulation on the digital for instance or for instance on fighting off shores fighting back sevens we absolutely need to act here a peon and of course the european parliament has already demonstrated since the
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lisbon treaty that it has clout it can increase that it allows it actually believe me a little after meeting him retaining it so it's been brewing for instance in the tax area lots of things that were. in this last minute if i put it to you that the european parliament cannot propose laws you know when they learn about it your can actually influence said the commission to do it and that's what we did for instance with our inquiry committees on looks leaks on panama papers on paradise papers we actually led the commission to take the initiative on regulation. is needed it's just me when i say something to the question i think that the brics it has been a wake up call as well and an opportunity so if you ask is the european union in danger because of the right wing populist so i would say well they are attract and we need to take the question seriously that they were there not a danger because a lot of people now understand how important it is we were afraid after the break that other countries would do the same nobody now one that's i know and i think i
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am i have been sold yes i have made it and i think i don't understand. any of overestimate or spend these are the people who are putting the questions to you we have new customers from. he's concerned about your a skepticism around the e.u. take a listen. to klaus mo how do you intend to sway people away from your skepticism and how will you convince people deeper european integration is the path to take. since you want me to go easy how are you going to do that we are partners and i will be the one that's trying to do this yes those are the two that we need as i was saying we need to so random across europe because our sovereignty today means to change things for the common good twenty five or to change things to reshape things and to choose to achieve a common objectives and on certain issues for example government governance of the global finance governance of digital only a european union is the right that the but it must be also democratic so what has widely and likely are still the times in listened to for example
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a migration migration in. electronics the european story diary and it is of the unacceptable position of people like to be there are a bunch of the european people's party. of florida alvin young tree of matthew salvini or two facing a phenomenon which he can handle only together they decide not to play by solidarity it is easy but they know they are nationally they are european with a european money and they are nationalist when it comes to refugees and sorted out but that's of these objects of interest to back you to certain important said sue said because they listen indeed now the latest polls show that the top topic for european voters is now migration only fifteen percent said that so maybe you're sailing the russia. well i think many i can't speak for each and every patriotic liberal party. but. my
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position is that we are trying to listen wherever it's possible and where we are trying to reason wherever it's possible it's not even sure that we'd like to abolish the e.u. here and now we are in favor of well ten purge corporation we'd like to leave it where it has manifestly failed in the areas well i gratian and in the early to fight we are all together all along getting all in favor of it to instill a history of spin a ball of has been a more felicitous one meeting you think and gratian to instill hate and to instill fear in people gratian is literally and if you would like to use a flash if we are wise the policies of the name really on jobs on the sick of the austerity policies and that's a helps as well so explain the populations it's not by chance time of j. johnny english which has been a tax question at the top of their. heads i thought of things i've tried my
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christianity and into europe. to address this problem says by solidarity through you know you're inspired by asking for all our fundamental rights in flying respect of the right. and then you have to go for a so if it was one thousand let some tension just a little before we need to and i actually one last so i called the last few years and as we hear it here we don't have to hold it well as we. give the people we should give them protection europe has been a new liberal project much too long and far away from the citizens it's good for the companies and the multinationals we need to give it back to the people and give them social interaction and say we are all in general society was don't need all your blood it's logical or i don't i'm so thrilled by your live i. that's the unit of the they are in. the mind of nations not because the gentleman is the light of my trousseau the is going to strike alliance with the band and they talk about
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europe of nations then do you think. we observe the europe we have it is the europe of the veto is the europe of unanimity of the rupee and can see this is europe of this europe which again was very clear that you know euro is a failure is already there is a thing which is a failure we are coming to the end of the show i'm going to have to move on just some time left for flash rounds where i will ask each of you to be very brief we'd like to answer our next first time in just one sentence maximum ten seconds each and we will cut you off so you have a listen. from spain if you if i had to say something to european politicians i would ask him to please stop thinking about his own interests and to think about citizens and the people my question to a politician in brussels would be does he remember why he ran for office. i guess we'll come to you first very much so and that's why i fight for against corruption for human rights of respect for the rule of law for european solidarity and that
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means a better europe more europe has as its a medical doctor i went into politics in ecology because i was worried about the environment on the effects of environment on the health of our people and climate change now is the number one priority it's for these young people that we are doing our job and if we're not doing it for them then we should quit politics. i want to europe which multiplies securities of opportunities and protections and i think that the only over a democratic europe can provide the answer to get out of this article and that the answer to the few yes of too many people around the country at any one of early on well i want a successful europe where every young people would feel having a happy life in his region and she's a hometown in other you have can countries and we are on the track to do that and we have done a lot of work in this direction and i think the question was a bit optimistic. well i'm not even elected so i'd better not forget why i'm
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seeking election well i'm seeking election so that we listen more and i'd like to see more democracy. more rule of law in europe and also more economic success so it's your lucky day get out back we're going to go in this direction i'll start with you so you just end it we start with you and this time it's just one word if you can well no it's just one word really so we talked about european values a little bit what is to you the most important european value democracy freedom sort of that easy. sort of there it is well some of that it's very good there's no some of that it's you without freedom democracy and the rule of law all right a bit well the word for there is a lot of solidarity around this table on up i know that is the end of our show thank you very much it's aching for us and i gomez and all of the rest of our panel pitches it's us under good c i've seen you on
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a volley and i'm going to back thank you very much for taking thought that is the end of our program and thanks to you as well for watching of course don't forget the actual elections that take place from the twenty third of may to the twenty sixth of may either on our colleagues channel false account or of course dr bella thank you for being with us today. and then friction hero who fought for freedom and human rights nelson mandela. his opposition to south africa's apartheid regime inspired activists all over the world. and continues to do so. through
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