After the signature of the joint declaration on 10 March, the work on the Conference on the Future of Europe has officially started. The Executive Board of the Conference on the Future of Europe, composed of representatives from the three institutions (European Parliament, Council and Commission), held its constitutive meeting on 24 March in Brussels.
As the Commission’s statement reads: “In this first meeting, the Executive Board agreed on a series of essential items needed to get the Conference started. They took the first steps to ensure that citizens can soon start to contribute to the Conference without delay, in particular on the multilingual Digital Platform, including the Charter for citizen’s participation and the visual identity.”.
As for next steps, the Executive Board will convene again on 7 April in the European Parliament and the Digital Platform will be launched on 19 April.
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