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L. Panella: The Cost of non-Europe

In June 2024, millions of citizens will participate in shaping the future of European democracy and its political priorities for the period 2024-2029. Results from Eurobarometer show that interest in European elections, or the likelihood to vote in the latter, are positive and higher than in autumn 2018 before the previous European elections of 2019.

The 2024 European elections represent an opportunity to define the path of ambitious common European action to weather the challenges ahead.

Are Europeans aware of their historical role in these elections? Will citizens, given the option, choose the path of a stronger Europe that can better tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow?

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