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European Parliament

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the assembly of the European Union in Strasbourg. It consists of 626 directly elected members and its role is largely advisory
Translations
Europäisches Parlament
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Ana Gomes, Chair of the European Parliament Election Observation Delegation for the general elections in Myanmar, in a statement here today said "we noted the problems of registration which led to the disenfranchisement of a significant number of citizens, particularly from certain ethnic minorities and groups.
In last year's European Parliament election in Carmarthensire Plaid got more votes than any other party but Labour was pushed into third position behind Ukip.
There were 6690 such applications in the September referendum, compared with 85 in the last European Parliament election in Scotland.
A key threat to his re-election is the rise of the UK Independence Party, which campaigns for leaving the EU and which topped last month's European Parliament election in Britain.
ANTI-TROIKA opposition party AKEL pressed its own austerity button for last month's European Parliament election campaign, spending less than a quarter of the budget spent in the previous Euro-elections five years earlier.
That is the true significance of the European Parliament election results.
The results of the European Parliament election led to calls for an EU rethink by those leaders who suffered defeats.
I worked on a similar site in Ireland for the previous European Parliament election in 2009 - it received over a million visits across the continent during that campaign.
Summary: A record low of 43 per cent of eligible voters cast their ballots in the European Parliament election.
The European Parliament election in June 2009 will be the biggest trans-national election in history.
AROUND a dozen protesters gathered outside BBC Wales' headquarters in Cardiff to register their objection to the broadcaster offering airtime to two far-right political parties standing in next week's European Parliament election.
Yes 42%; No 35%; Don't know/ won't vote 22% European Parliament election (% change compared with 2009) Labour 44% (+24%); Conservative 23% (+2%); Plaid Cymru 14% (-5%); Ukip 9% (-4%); Lib Dem 7% (-4%); Others 3% (-14%) Westminster Election (% change compared with 2010) Labour 51% (+15%); Conservative 22% (-4%); Plaid Cymru 10% (-1%); Lib Dem 9% (-11%); Ukip 7% (+5%); Others 2% (-2%).

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