In this lecture held with the debate teams, it was discussed in more detail how the European Union functions as a political-economic entity. This session was led by Mr. Adriatik Lapaj, an important representative of civil society and academia in our country.
The young people part of the debate teams learned that the European Union has a duality, a simultaneous action of all its structures with those of the member states, and drawing parallels with other similar organizations worldwide to better see the role and importance of this type of organization and others. We realized that in particular most these countries that are part have a significantly greater development in many fields than much more other countries in the world and they could be clearly considered part of the most developed countries in the world. The problem is that these do not work in complete unity which leads to a slowdown in decision making, which is the later cause of having a much slower process of change.