Italian elections | National dynamics and European perspectives
Wednesday, 21 February – 12.00 – 14.00
FleishmanHillard – Square de Meeûs, 35 (2nd floor) – Brussels
The 2018 general elections in Italy will be as key as those that have taken place in France and Germany in 2017, in terms of potential consequences. Relations with the European Union and membership to the Eurozone are on the table and the rise of populism is not yet over, with the Five Star Movement determined to implement substantial reforming should it succeed at the elections.
What are the implications of the 4th of March elections both for Italy herself and for the wider European Union?
FleishmanHillard is pleased to welcome you to a high-level discussion with:
- Beda Romano – EU Correspondent of Il Sole 24 Ore
- Daniel Gros – Director of CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies)
- John Wyles – Journalist and communications consultant
The debate will be moderated by Claudio Murri, FH Special Advisor.
A light lunch will be served at 12.00.
Please confirm your attendance no later than Friday 16 February by replying to [email protected]
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