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France's place in Europe - One year into the Socialist Presidency

LSE European Institute - Perspectives on Europe Lecture Series, in association with Génération France.fr

Date: Wednesday 5 June 2013 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Jean-François Copé 
Chair: Jean-Luc Allavena

Leading figure of the centre-right opposition, Jean-François Copé assesses François Hollande’s Presidency and sets out an agenda for domestic reform and France’s European policy.

Jean-François Copé is founder of think tank Generation France and leader of the French opposition. He is the mayor of Meaux, deputy for the 6th constituency of Seine-et-Marne, and acts as president of the Union for a Popular Movement Group in the French National Assembly.

Jean-Luc Allavena is partner at Apollo Management.

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