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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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With the results for Wales and England declared, the Lib Dems finished in second place with 15 MEPs, up from just one at the last European Parliament election in 2014.
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ELECTION 2019 Take a look at how people voted for their MEPs around Slovakia.Slovakia has chosen its MEPs for the next five years.
"Now the context is completely different - it is probably the only European parliament election in the UK which is about Europe on the question of Brexit."
The parliamentary press service said that the conference was divided into two sessions: the European Union and its neighbors and the European Union in the run-up to the European Parliament election 2019--further development of cooperation between national and European institutions (parliaments).
Summary: A record low of 43 per cent of eligible voters cast their ballots in the European Parliament election.
Mr Russell wrote: "It is a disgrace that in addition to the uncertainties EU citizens have had to endure...some have been denied their right to vote in the European Parliament election.
In the wake of dreadful local election results in England, and opinion polls that suggest her party will suffer heavy losses in the European Parliament election, Mrs May admitted she was in the midst of difficult times.
INDEPENDENT MEP Marian Harkin announced yesterday she will not contest the next European Parliament election.
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.
Some 375m people in 27 countries are eligible to vote in the European Parliament election on June 4.
The Swedish social democrats have the largest budget for the European parliament election in Sweden.
According to a recent poll, about three-quarters of French voters aged 18-24 do not intend to use their democratic privilege in this week's European Parliament election. Forty percent of that cohort did not even know the election was taking place.How can one convince the young that their chances of enjoying the peace and prosperity that have benefited their parents and grandparents may hinge on a single election?

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