Seznam Zprávy: Czechs are happy to be in the EU, but for the young Czechs Chexit is unthinkable

Our research fellow Vít Havelka commented for Seznam Zprávy. In the article, Vít Havelka mentions the future Czech EU Presidency and the possibility of Ukraine becoming a member of the European Union. The article also includes the results of a survey conducted by the platform Výzkumník Seznam.

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Seznam Zprávy: Pirate youth wants to change Czech euroscepticism

The site Seznam Zprávy reffered to the opinion poll about the Czech EU membership published by the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy in February 2018.

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Květy: Czexitus of our economy

Our Vladimír Bartovic commented for the weekly magazine Květy on the views of Czech people on the EU, and what negatives Czexit would bring.

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Commentary: Informal meeting of the 27 heads of state or government

Vladimír Bartovic, Martin Michelot, Zuzana Stuchlíková and Vít Havelka react to the informal meeting of the 27 heads of state or government held on the 23rd of February 2018.

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ČRo Plus: the Czech Republic would remain in the EU

Vladimír Bartovic in an interview with ČRo Plus describes the results our opinion polls conducted in the Czech Republic on matters of the European Union.

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HN: You are Europe - Czechs are not very interested in the EU, yet they are the most critical of it

Czechs are by far the most critical of all Central European countries. While in Hungary only 9 percent of people are in favor of leaving the EU, 34 percent is in Czech Republic.

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Populist logic: “Brexit turned out to be a disaster – let’s call for Czexit!”

Our research fellow Christian Kvorning Lassen analyses the wave of populism and the crisis of leadership in many EU countries after the outcome of the British referendum.

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EUROPEUM’s director Vladimír Bartovic commented on the possibility of Czexit.

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