On the 29th of January 2013 the Italian Alliance for the European Year of Citizens 2013 meets Italian political forces in Rome, in order to launch a dialogue about the future of Europe and of European citizens, in view of the forthcoming national elections. The Italian Alliance aims that the European dimension of the policies promoted by the next government will be one of the priorities of the electoral campaign.

Besides, a prompt and detailed reply is expected concerning the constant erosion of the public opinion’s consensus, towards national and European institutions. 
In this occasion, the dialogue, which the Alliance guess to launch and to establish with the candidates to the premiership, with leaders of the parties and of coalitions, the nominators of Latium Region, will focus on the priorities and on the goals, which the Alliance pursues on the issue of the future development of the European citizenship.
The Italian Alliance has been created in the framework of the European Year of Citizens 2013, in order to exchange best-practices, coordinate the implemented activities during the year, ease the dialogue between citizens and institutions, launch supporting actions for the initiatives, which will be realised through the instruments, foreseen by art. 11 of the Treaty of Lisbon, and, finally, prearrange some proposals, to submit to the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Italian Government, in view of the six-month rotating EU Presidency in 2014 (1st July – 31st December 2014).

On the 29th of January 2013 the Italian Alliance for the European Year of Citizens 2013 meets Italian political forces in Rome, in order to launch a dialogue about the future of Europe and of European citizens, in view of the forthcoming national elections. The Italian Alliance aims that the European dimension of the policies promoted by the next government will be one of the priorities of the electoral campaign.

Besides, a prompt and detailed reply is expected concerning the constant erosion of the public opinion’s consensus, towards national and European institutions. 
In this occasion, the dialogue, which the Alliance guess to launch and to establish with the candidates to the premiership, with leaders of the parties and of coalitions, the nominators of Latium Region, will focus on the priorities and on the goals, which the Alliance pursues on the issue of the future development of the European citizenship.
The Italian Alliance has been created in the framework of the European Year of Citizens 2013, in order to exchange best-practices, coordinate the implemented activities during the year, ease the dialogue between citizens and institutions, launch supporting actions for the initiatives, which will be realised through the instruments, foreseen by art. 11 of the Treaty of Lisbon, and, finally, prearrange some proposals, to submit to the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Italian Government, in view of the six-month rotating EU Presidency in 2014 (1st July – 31st December 2014).