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In Brussels next Saturday 9/9? Come to the Bozar to discuss with DiEM25’s finest, plus guests including President Rafael Correa of Ecuador, the Real State of the European Union

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The weekend before the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, delivers his official ‘State of the Union’ speech in Strasbourg, DiEM25 will be in Brussels, at the BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, to open the lid on the real state of our European Union; and to discuss DiEM25′ plans for 2019 and beyond. Featuring  former Ecuador President Rafael Correa, Srecko Horvat, Senator Alice-Mary Higgins, Philippe Legrain, Lorenzo Marsili, & Yanis Varoufakis, this two-hour event, in Brussels’ best theatre space (the Bozar) will address three questions: “What is the state of play across Europe today?” “What should Europeanists do in response to the real state of our Union?” “What does DiEM25 propose

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