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[Politico] A spiral of hope for reconciliation in a previously polarized European Parliament begins to show on the second day of debates on the European Legislator’s cultural diplomacy draft

Thursday’s anti-immigration and pro-Russian discussions, sparked by the right-wing parties of the European Parliament, seemed to have toned down in the second day of deliberations in the Brussels-based legislature, observers said. Commonalities were found on the topics of digitalization, extension of the scope of cultural activities included, and more strict eligibility requirements, regarding work and genuine participation in cultural projects, to avoid social tourism. Critics remarked a stronger will to collaborate, even on the extreme ends of the hemicycle, although national sovereignty still remains a sensitive topic on the right. 

EuroMUN Committee: European Parliament (EP)


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