The final debating tournament in Prague of a total of 24 teams from 12 countries fought Romanians, Poles, Slovaks and Croats.
The final debating tournament in Prague of a total of 24 teams from 12 countries fought Romanians, Poles, Slovaks and Croats. The theme, which 21st March in Prague to discuss the international debating tournament finalists European university students was one of those heavy, and the European Union and migration. Semi-final rounds of debate mainly concerned the current social and political events. Students negotiated such as whether the legal assault on Iraq or whether it is necessary to ban smoking in public places. Best of all was the Slovak team this year.
The entire tournament was held meetings along the lines of the British Parliament. This model is debating at similar competitions widely used and became the most widespread form of debating. In each debate against each other is always two teams, one of which is the government and one opposition. One of them is trying to defend a given proposition and the other to refute. Students have to devise and formulate their claims for thirty minutes and each speaker then five minutes per speech. The working language was English in Prague. The winner chose an odd number of judges, among whom was the famous theologian and university professor Tomas Halik.
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