Before the European elections, what do these high school students from Cholet think in the euro section?

Before the European elections, what do these high school students from Cholet think in the euro section?
Before the European elections, what do these high school students from Cholet think in the euro section?

Angèle Guilbault, Emilio Amoris Lee, Enzo Hamard, Kimiko Inagaki, Thomas Dixneuf and Sara Angebault-Ferreira, in the second European section, study in Cholet (Maine-et-Loire), at the Sainte-Marie high school. On Sunday June 9, they will not be old enough to vote in the European elections. That doesn’t stop them from having an opinion. A little tour of the table.

Angèle: “The Europeans? We don’t talk about it”

“The European elections, for people of my age, not many people know that they exist. Between us, we don’t talk about it. Not at home either. I think it’s not publicized enough, unlike the presidential elections. In third year, we learn a little about European geography and institutions, but it’s at the end of the year and it’s just before the patent, so not really the best time to attract our attention. Do I feel European? I don’t really know how to answer…

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