We at Presseurop want to thank you for following our first Forum Presseurop, which was streamed on our website and also featured on Twitter.
Many of you have asked us if it is possible to watch the three debates again. We are working to put the entire debates online as soon as possible.
In the meantime, you can find all the tweets from the Forum on our new website dedicated to next year's parliamentary elections, European elections 2014.
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