European Union

The European Union is a political and economic union of twenty seven member states in Europe. Founded in 1993, the EU works to promote peace, freedom, stability, and development of all nations involved. The issues that this assembly will address include the rise of right-wing nationalism, the freedom of movement across borders, the freedom of religion, and the possible suspension of totalitarian Hungary from the EU. Hostility has erupted from a recent boom in voter support for right-wing and populist parties differing views between nations surrounding religious beliefs have caused conflicts, and the freedom of movement, which allows for nationals in member states of the European Union to move freely through Europe. As for Hungary’s authoritarian government, which violates many EU values, has become a question concerning the EU’s ability to implement political standards or suspend the nation-state from the union. The assembly will work to address these issues, while delegates maintain the diplomacy and beliefs of their respective nations.