The big debate of the heads of the list in Europe, at 8 p.m. on LN24: “This is perhaps the most important election, and not just for the next five years”

The big debate of the heads of the list in Europe, at 8 p.m. on LN24: “This is perhaps the most important election, and not just for the next five years”
The big debate of the heads of the list in Europe, at 8 p.m. on LN24: “This is perhaps the most important election, and not just for the next five years”

It will not have escaped anyone’s notice: on June 9, we are called to the polls. For the federal and regional elections, there is a lot of talk about these. But also for the European election. And there is much less debate about this election. However, and the news demonstrates this day after day, it is perhaps the most important of the lot. Jim Nejman, host of Evening Visitors on LN24, agrees: “This is perhaps the most important European election in the history of the institution. And not just for the next five years, but perhaps for the 20-30 years ahead of us. On issues that are extremely present in our everyday lives, such as the farmers’ crisis, we have seen to what extent Europe holds the keys. I am therefore delighted, on LN24, where we have always been keen to have a strong involvement in international debates, to lead this great debate of the heads of the European list.”

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In this format, that of a one-and-a-half hour debate where all the leading candidates will be present on set, the show is a first during this campaign. All responded to LN24’s invitation to discuss the key themes of the moment: Sophie Wilmès for the MR, Elio Di Rupo for the PS, Yvan Verougstraete for Les Engagés, Saskia Bricmont for Ecolo, Fabrice Van Dorpe for Défi and Marc Botenga for the PTB.

The debate will be divided into three main parts (each lasting 25 minutes). The candidates will first discuss the theme “Ecology and agriculture, should we choose?”. Then, they will branch off onto another determining theme (particularly in Flanders): “Migration, towards a fortress Europe?”. Finally, the last part of the discussions will focus on the ongoing wars and the still extremely tense situation between Russia and Ukraine, but also Israel and Gaza, around this big question: “The EU, the geopolitical power of tomorrow ?”

Jim Nejman will do his utmost to frame the debates but, above all, “to leave room for each candidate to best express his position on these extremely important themes, in order to give maximum insight to the viewer and the voter”. Who, let us remember, will be able to appear in the voting booth from the age of 16 – a first.

Tune in this Friday, at 8 p.m. on television on LN24 as well as on our website so as not to miss this crucial campaign meeting.

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