Van-e harmadik út az európai parlamenti megrovás és a "nukleáris" megoldás között?

Van-e harmadik út az európai parlamenti megrovás és a "nukleáris" megoldás között?

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Illib. Piri Kati, Hegedűs István, Végh Zsuzsanna

A Magyarországi Európa Társaság workshopot szervezett "Illiberális demokráciák - mit tehet az Európai Unió abban az esetben, ha egyik tagállama visszatérően és szisztematikusan megsérti az európai értékeket és szabályokat?" címmel 2015. április 24-én a budapesti Hotel Marmarában.

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PROGRAM

8.30 Registration
9.00 Greetings
Kati Piri (Member of the European Parliament - S&D Group, Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Brussels), Jean-Marie Cavada (Member of the European Parliament - ALDE Group, Vice-president of the JURI Committee, Member of the European Democratic Party, Brussels), Benedek Jávor (Member of the European Parliament - The Greens/European Free Alliance, Párbeszéd Magyarországért, Brussels)
9.15 Opening Remarks - István Hegedűs (Chairman, Hungarian Europe Society, Budapest)
9.30 1. Session – Illiberal democracies in the world: conceptual dilemmas and the increasing competition between different models of political regimes in the light of populist and nationalist tendencies in Europe

Introductory remarks (ten-ten minutes):

Kati Piri (Member of the European Parliament - Socialists and Democrats Group, Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Brussels): Illiberal democracies in the world
Pelin Ayan Musil (PhD, Faculty Member and Chair, Department of Politics, School of International Relations and Diplomacy, Anglo-American University, Prague): Comparing Turkey and Hungary on their path to illiberal democracy
Othon Anastasakis (Director, European Studies Centre, Director, SEESOX, Senior Research Fellow of South East European Studies, St Antony's College, University of Oxford): Extremism, populism and nationalism in the context of the eurozone crisis: How do they affect democratic politics in Europe?

Brain-storming 11.00 Coffee break

11.30 2. Session - The state of democracy in Hungary: political and legal conflicts between the Hungarian government and the European institutions in the last five years
Introductory remarks (ten-ten minutes):
Benedek Jávor (Member of the European Parliament - The Greens/European Free Alliance, Párbeszéd Magyarországért, Brussels): Recent systemic problems of the Orbán-regime in the spheres of decision-making, energy policy and corruption
Erik Uszkiewicz (Media researcher, Mérték Média Monitor, Budapest): Disrespecting European values by the Hungarian government and the reaction of the European institutions: Whose victory?
Morten Kjaerum (Director, Raoul Wallenberg Institute, Sweden, former Director of the Fundamental Rights Agency, Vienna): Monitoring fundamental rights inside the European Union - a comparison between member states

Brain-storming 13.00 Lunch

14.00 3. Session - What can the European Union do in case a member state regularly and systematically breaches European norms and regulations?
Introductory remarks (ten-ten minutes):
Jean-Marie Cavada (Member of the European Parliament – Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Group, Vice-president of the JURI Committee, Member of the European Democratic Party, Brussels): The EU Democratic Governance Pact
Imants Lieģis (Ambassador, Latvian Embassy to Hungary, Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, Budapest): The Rule of Law Mechanism in the European Union Council
Lorenzo Marsili (Executive Director, European Alternatives, Rome): Sanctioning liberties: Completing European institutions to protect fundamental rights
Brain-storming 15.30 Coffee break
16.00 4. Session - European and national public spheres: the role of political elites, civil society and the media in contextualising and framing public discourse about fundamental all-European values

Introductory remarks (ten-ten minutes):

Timm Beichelt (Professor, Europa-Universität Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder)): Layers of political justification: Integration, Europeanization, and democracy
Timo Lochocki: (Transatlantic Fellow, Europe Program, The German Marshall Fund of the United States, Berlin): Liberal ideas and the populist challenge in Europe
Krzysztof Bobiński (President, Fundacja Unia & Polska, Warsaw): Illiberal democracies: European political parties reach out to the east and the challenges of the Eastern Partnership

Brain-storming

17.30 Summary and conclusion
Zsuzsanna Szelényi (Member of the Hungarian Parliament - Együtt Party) 17.45 Closing remarks
István Hegedűs (Chairman, Hungarian Europe Society, Budapest)

2015 ápr 24
The Hungarian Europe Society held an international conference supported by the Friedrich Naumann Stiftung für die Freiheit entitled "European Elections 2019 - Renewing the Political Agenda for a United Europe" on 12-13 April 2019 at the Ibis Styles Budapest Center (Rákóczi út 58, H-1074 Budapest).
A Magyarországi Európa Társaság sajtótájékoztatót tartott 2012. december 5-én, hogy bemutassa a "Hol áll a PERC-mutató? avagy az EU-destruktívoktól a föderalistákig: a magyar parlamenti pártok viszonya az Európai Unióhoz" című jelentést, melyet a MET kutatócsoportja készített.
A Magyarországi Európa Társaság tagjai tartottak egymásnak előadást a szervezet évzáró rendezvényén 2018. december 29-én.
Orbán Viktor miniszterelnök kormányának viselkedése az utóbbi időben felvetette azt a kérdést, hogy az ország kifelé tart-e az Európai Unióból.
István Hegedűs, Federigo Argentieri, Laura Sgarioto
2018. április 4-én Federigo Argentieri, a MET tanácsadó testületének tagja, a római John Cabot Egyetem Guarini Institute for Public Affairs igazgatója tartott előadást "Italian Elections, European Consequences" címmel.