Next Thursday, December 6, at the Institute of Economics and Management (ISEG) in Lisbon, a debate will be held on the future of Europe, with the participation of the European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs Union, Pierre Moscovici, and the Prime Minister of Portugal, António Costa. The moderation of the debate will be Luísa Meireles, director of information of the Lusa Agency.
"What future for Europe?" This will be the theme of the debate, co-organized by the Government of Portugal and the European Commission, under the "Dialogue with Citizens" initiative. According to the organization, the objective is to "clarify and listen to the main concerns and expectations of citizens in key areas for the future of Europe".
"The Portuguese Government should present the conclusions of this consultation to citizens about the future of Europe in a national report, part of a European report of the initiative to be presented to the European Council in December. The final report will be presented at the Sibiu Summit in May 2019. This public consultation is the largest ever organized simultaneously in the 27 Member States, "the organization said in a statement.