Forum Fribourg: Debate around the law on electricity supply

Forum Fribourg: Debate around the law on electricity supply
Forum Fribourg: Debate around the law on electricity supply

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The Environment, Energy and Safety Club is organizing a big evening on one of the items up for voting on June 9.

The federal law relating to electricity supply will be submitted to the people on June 9. © Alain Wicht-archives

The federal law relating to electricity supply will be submitted to the people on June 9. © Alain Wicht-archives

Published on 05/14/2024

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The federal law relating to electricity supply will be at the heart of a debate proposed by the Environment, Energy and Security Club on Thursday May 16 at 6 p.m. at Forum Fribourg. The organizers announce the participation of the director of the Federal Office of Energy Benoît Revaz, the Vaud PLR national advisor Jacqueline de Quattro, the Vaud UDC national advisor Yvan Pahud, the general director of Groupe E Jacques Mauron and the initiator of the referendum against the new law which will be submitted to the people on June 9, Pierre-Alain Bruchez. The discussion will be moderated by François Mauron, editor-in-chief of Freedom.

The debate, lasting approximately an hour and a half, will be followed by nearly an hour of questions and answers with the public. “A subject as important as the future of our electricity supply deserves a contradictory debate,” the organizers further specify in a flyer presenting the event.

As a reminder, the Environment, Energy and Security Club is the result of a merger of several associations. Among which is the Economy and Environment Club founded as part of an inter-party grouping at the Grand Council of Friborg in the 1980s.

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