Vote now on our stance on the Israel-Palestine question and our policy for Europe’s 2020s

The time has come for our movement to make two important decisions, one related to the future of Europe (which is being ridiculed by the EU’s so-called “Conference on the Future of Europe”) and one on the appalling situation in Israel and Palestine.

You can find them below:

  1. It’s been half a decade since DiEM25 was launched to fight Europe’s slide into authoritarianism and renew the European project with a new ambitious purpose: democratisation! Since then, the political landscape has changed, and we have done our best to remain relevant. This is culminating in the vote for “What Europe Must Do Now”: our list of key, priority policies for Europe’s 2020s. Click here to read the paper and vote on whether our movement should adopt it as the framework for our future efforts. Deadline: 02/06/2021 VOTE

  2. In light of recent, all-too-familiar developments in Israel-Palestine, the Coordinating Collective (CC) has concluded that DiEM25 can no longer postpone the adoption of an official position on this matter. Which is why as a DiEM25 member you can now log in to the Members’ Area, read the two proposals and vote for the one you prefer. Deadline: 10/06/2021 VOTE

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