José Bové, Monica Frassoni, Rebecca Harms and Ska Keller will face questions from journalists and members of the public on crucial issues for the future of Europe such as the environment, austerity, direct democracy, migration and LGBT rights, all within the context of next year's European Elections. They will be joined in the debate by representatives from Spanish civil society organisations, key voices in these areas.
Our contenders: José Bové, Monica Frassoni, Rebecca Harms and Ska Keller
Civil society representatives: Sergio de Otto of the Renewable Foundation (Environment), Joaquin Nieto of ILO (Migration), Boti Rodrigo of FLGTB (LGBT rights), Victoria Anderika of Civio (Democracy/Transparency), PUM+J (Anti-poverty), Kuorum (Direct Democracy), Agora voting (Direct Democracy)
Other participants:Joan Baldovi (MP - Compromis EQUO)
Our moderator: Nativel Preciado, journalist
You can follow a live stream of the debate on greenprimary.europeangreens.eu
The EGP and its member parties are holding a series of debates so voters can make an informed decision whom they choose to be the two Green Leading Candidates for the European Elections 2014. Until 28 January 2014 anyone in the EU who is 16 or older and supports Green values can vote in our EU-wide online Green Primary, and help decide who will be the hearts and faces of our campaign. The Greens are the first party to invite citizens to make such an important decision on a European level. Find more information about the Green Primary here, and a schedule of upcoming debates here.