Public event

Follow-up: EU to go: Europe has voted

Before the working day begins, there will once again be a short input on a current EU topic. Start the day with us, fresh croissants and coffee. On-site only, seats are limited.

The morning after: The night of 9 to 10 June will show how the voters in the EU have decided. Will there be a change of political direction in the European Parliament? Which parties have scored points in the election campaign, which have lost? What coalitions are possible in view of the results - and which are likely?

At the EU to go breakfast on 10 June, Johannes Lindner, Nils Redeker and Thu Nguyen took a look at the first results the morning after the elections and analyse what they could mean for the coming EU legislative period. The format: In 20 minutes, the election results will be reviewed, analysed and assessed. This will be followed by ten minutes of discussion. The event ends at 9.00 am after just 30 minutes.  

  • 8.30 am: Presentation of the election results
  • 8:40 am: Analyses and assessments
  • 8.50 am: Questions and answers
  • 9:00 am: Off to the office

You can find the slides (in German) here.