Media / Public Action: Moving the debate about Europe back to the citizens!
Media / Public Action to support the Duff-Voggenhuber report
17 January 2006, for immediate release
Date: Wednesday, 18 January 2006
Place: European Parliament, Strasbourg, entrance “LOW” building (see map below)
What: Young people and members of the European Parliaments dressed as parcel workers moving boxes containing the "Debate on Europe" to the citizens.
“It is of vital importance that the debate about the future of Europe now starts in national capitals, regions and local communities”, stated Jan Seifert, the President of JEF-Europe.
“JEF will do its best to transfer the message from Strasbourg, so should all the members of the European Parliament!”
The Young European Federalists (JEF-Europe) in cooperation with the Intergroup for the European Constitution organise a public action in support of the Duff-Voggenhuber report together with Members of European Parliaments, including Duff and Voggenhuber, outside the European Parliament on Wednesday, January 18, 2006.
A pan-European courier service has been contracted to deliver the debate about the future of Europe back to the European citizens. Just before the plenary debate on the Duff-Voggenhuber report, members of European Parliament and youngsters from all over Europe will start moving big boxes containing the debate about the future of Europe and a demand for a European Constitution.
For more information, please contact Joan Marc Simon, Secretary General of the Young European Federalists (JEF-EUROPE), +32 495 501 383.
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