Debate "Quo Vadis, Europe? Where are you going? " with the participation of Jan Zahradil and MEP Jacek Saryusz-Wolski
On Monday 13 May at 16. 30, Jan Zahradil will be in Warsaw to present the party's (ACRE) political line for the European Parliament elections and the prospects for them.
Jan Zahradil, is the candidate for the Presidency of the European Commission, representing the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists (ACRE) in Europe.
ACRE associates conservative parties in Europe, which includes Law and Justice in Poland (PiS)
Today The Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe (ACRE) is Europe’s fastest growing political movement. Since foundation in 2010, it become the third largest European political groups. They count more than 30 parties and an active family of representations in the European Parliament, Council of Europe, Committee of Regions and NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
United by the Centre-Right values expressed in Reykjavik Declaration, ACRE is dedicated to individual liberty, national sovereignty, parliamentary democracy, private property, limited government, free trade, family values and the devolution of power.
At 17. 00 there will be a debate organised by the European Centre for Non-Governmental Projects, “Quo Vadis, Europe? Where are you going?” with the participation of Jan Zahradil and Jacek Saryusz-Wolski.
Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, Member of the European Parliament is a host of the even.
Biznes Center Club – Pałac Lubomirskich
pl. Żelaznej Bramy 10
Sala Hiszpańska – 1 piętro