How are you going to make sure that I can ever get an affordable home? Will we, as young people, pay the bill for the coronacrisis? Thousands of young people send DCCEIT on 3 questions they want to ask politicians. With this input, CCEit will start talking to list tractors for a week from today.
Every evening, young people can ask their questions in the studio and via social media for an hour. Tonight, demissionary Prime Minister Mark Rutte, as VVD leader, is biting the rush hour.
The mental and economic consequences of corona, climate change, economic problems and a housing market that is completely locked. These are problems that affect young people too. The decisions that politics makes on this affect their future. And that is why they want to discuss these matters with the politicians who want to lead our country over the next few years.
All lists of the major parties participate, except Geert Wilders (PVV). He turned down the invitation. Rutte sits alone because after about ten years of premiership and leadership in the current coronacrisis, there were many questions for him above average.
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The live stream of the conversations can be seen ViacceIT.nl, the YouTube channel of CCEit on 3, NPO Politics, NPO Start and the Facebook pages of DecceIt Encceit on 3.
For the broadcasts CCEIT at 3 to some 4700 young people what they want to know about politicians. In addition to the issues mentioned earlier, there were also many questions about what the political parties want to do with education, care, combating discrimination and promoting equal opportunities. These appear to be subjects that many young people take into account when deciding who they will vote for next month in the parliamentary elections.
Young people are also curious about the leader themselves, because besides the party they also take the person into account in their choice of vote. They wonder what the leader would do if he or she had “a shit-to-corona day”. Or what “inspiration lesson” they would give to students if they were allowed to come up with one. And, what is their serfong anyway?
The series is presented by Albert Bos and Sophie Frankenmolen.