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European Elections: Outcome, Expectations and Possible Impact to the Western Balkans

/European Elections: Outcome, Expectations and Possible Impact to the Western Balkans
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With the support of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, European Movement in Serbia and Institute of European Studies are jointly organizing international conference “European Elections: Outcome, Expectations and Possible Impact to the Western Balkans”, which will be held on June 13, 2019 in Aeroklub (Uzun Mirkova 4/II) in Belgrade, starting at 10.00 a.m.

In a direct vote on May 23-26, citizens in 28 EU member states selected 751 MEPs to form the 9th House. What’s happened, who are the winners and losers, how will the results shape the Parliament, Commission and Council, what were the key messages in the campaign, is the European project ready for reforms and in what direction, what could be a possible impact to the policy of enlargement and to the Western Balkans…are some of the issues which will be discussed in two panels.

Working language of the conference is Serbian, and the translation in English is provided. See the agenda here.