||I hope it will be quiet lively, I think it will be a diverse view, mixed views alot of anger towards the Eu since the crises developed in Ireland. I think there will be some positive messages from those who benefited from the union, particurlary some charities and organiseiations who benifited from having access to funding and also the european organisation and the promotion they get off it.
||I think that the only way the debate will help bring people closer to Europe is if their problems are listened too if the solution is listened to, otherwise if the European organizations dont do anything about their problems it will just draw people away from the European Union.
||I think that because it is a public debate, different topics are going to be brought up so there is no real structure to the thing. Any thing could really be brought, I'vr been talking to a few different people around and there is a variety of different issues that people have, so I think it will be really interesting today
||I hope that peoples problems will actually be listened to and hopefully a reasonable solution will be given a probable solution, not something that they will say for people to listen to now, but something that they will actually listen to in the future.
||Yeah how regular youths in here listen to, its a very difficult task. They see it on Facebook they see it on youtube I'm sure they could get even that 20minute of enthusiasm to even write a comment to form a n opinion. Even if the word on this debate is spread to social media I'm sure it will be a good one.
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||I ask them to focus on the people who are disadvantaged i Irish society, the people who are i poverty, or the elderly people or the young people, because I dont think that a lot of voice is given to those people, so if someone actually speaks for them, I think that will actually get people closer to the EU, because it will give a fair advantage to everyone.
||Am I don't know if I would ask him a question in general, but I'm interested in the area of youth unemployment. I'm from the South East and its actually one of the highest unemployment with 50% of young people unemployed down there. So, kind of, I've been chatting to some people and I like the idea of creating the idea of what they would do for employment rather than focusing on unemployment so what kind of plans do they have to get employment for young people
||I think the debate was very interesting, I myself are from Poland and just recently became an Irish citizen, so I'm very interested in Irish economy and I used to be interested in Polish as well, so, I think from a European point of view and from my point of view all participants were very interesting.
||Its always interesting when your face to face with those, what I call the big people, the remote people, but they came to us and that was important for me anyway, they came to use and they listened to us and they responded to us.
||Ahh I think the event was really useful and I got chance to meet alot of people, like minded and we could share our opinios and I could here what other people had to say and I think it was worth to come over.
||Theyt were listened to, certainly they were listened to and in a very short period of time many views were expressed. Some people have their hobby horse and that happens. But there were many direct questions, about the economics about the future, yes I felt it was very well handled.
||I herd quiet few interesting ideas and questions and thoe answers gave me a bigger picture about the european plan the Commissioners plan for the europe for the coming year, so