Is the EU in denial of its own origin?
The speakers of the discussion are the following:
Rodrigo Ballester (Head of the Center for European Studies of MCC) and
Ágoston Mohay (Deputy Dean for Internationalization of the Faculty of Law of the University of Pécs). The moderator is Ádám Kuripla (student in the MCC University Programme).
Király street 11, 7621 Pécs, Hungary
Event reportDuring the discussion, several ongoing topics came up: enlargement policy of the EU, and the future role of Serbia (and the importance of the joining of this West Balkan country) in the EU, the limits of conferral of competences, the question of primacy, regarding the recent debate between Poland and the European Commission. About the issues around the COVID-19 pandemic, the conditionality of the Recovery Plan and the vaccination policy of the EU were also discussed.
The limits of the EU’s competences must be clearly defined and clarified.
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