22 May, 2024

Follow the Eurovision debate with Sandro Gozi

On 23 May, Sandro Gozi will represent the Renew Europe Now platform in the Eurovision debate with other lead candidates for the European elections.

The debate, which follows the Bruegel-Financial Times debate held on 21 May and the Maastricht Debate held on 29 April, will take place in the hemicycle of the European Parliament in Brussels from 15:00 – 17:00.

Organised by the European Broadcasting Union, this is the final debate in the lead-up to the European elections due to take place across all EU Member States on 6-9 June.

Participants will be quizzed on six main topics of economy and jobs; defence and security; climate and environment; democracy and leadership; migration and borders; and innovation and technology.

The five participants are:

  • Walter Baier (Party of the European Left)
  • Sandro Gozi (Renew Europe Now)
  • Terry Reintke (European Greens)
  • Nicolas Schmit (Party of European Socialists)
  • Ursula von der Leyen (European People’s Party)

You can watch the Eurovision debate in live streaming here or follow our live coverage of the debate on X.

Want to join us in Brussels? ALDE Party will be hosting a watch party at our headquarters from 2:30pm until after the debate. Register now!

Our partners at the European Democratic Party (EDP) will also be hosting a watch party at their offices in Rue Montoyer 25, 1000 Brussels. If you would like to attend, please get in touch with Lara Biza at [email protected] by 22 May.

Renew Europe Now is the common campaign platform of ALDE Party, Renaissance and the European Democratic Party (EDP), Europe’s liberal, centrist and democratic forces, building on the legacy of the current Renew Europe Group in the European Parliament.

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