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It was a first for European politics tonight as the four EU presidential candidates took part in a live debate on euronews.
Jean-Claude Juncker (European People’s Party), Martin Schulz (Party of European Socialists), Guy Verhofstadt (Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party) and Ska Keller (European Green Party) – went head-to-head in Maastricht, ahead of European elections in May.
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