European Council

April 1, 2019

No Consensus in the European Council

The morning has started with fruitful debates on the future of the EU. The heads of state discussed the idea of creating an EU army and analyzed the BREXIT phenomena. During this session, the head of states were chaired by Theresa May. The discussion was really intense. After coffee break, the head of states decided […]

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March 31, 2019

Title: United in Diversity? Disagreement Regarding Euroscepticism

Due to objective reasons, the chairs were late, so the delegates proposed a punishment for them. They voted upon a punishment which implied dancing to Shakira’s song Waka Waka, Just dance version. So this session started in a very energetic manner. Germany opened the discussion reminding the other delegates the idea of solidarity. The delegates […]

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March 30, 2019

From Climate Change to Euroscepticism – A Dramatic Shift

The third day has started with very ambitious delegates. They seemed really interested in finding a common solution. Belgium and Bulgaria are eager to find a conclusion as soon as possible on the topic of climate change. They invited the other delegates to cooperate. In this respect, they decided to discuss in an unmoderated caucus […]

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March 30, 2019

Is the Renewable Energy Problem Almost Solved in the European Council?

The second day has started! The delegates are extremely enthusiastic about negotiating on the topic of renewable energy. In this context, France took the floor and illustrated the fact that not only does transition to renewable energy have a beneficial economic impact, but it also has an important effect on social shift. Moreover, Germany approved […]

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March 29, 2019

Discussing Renewable Energy in between Consensus on Super Grid and Nuclear Energy

After lunch, the day continued with discussions about renewable energy. Everyone was ready to present the country’s point of view. The delegates started a discussion towards nuclear energy : France is supporting the idea of investing in renewable energy and gets support from others. In contrast, Hungary is not supporting the idea of investing a […]

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