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EUROPEAN elections: All the dates to keep track of
"The EUROPEAN elections: All the dates to keep an eye on the'

'Everything you need to know about the EUROPEAN elections; 26 may"

"on Sunday 26 may it is time for the EUROPEAN elections. nAftonbladet will guide you through the choice and the dates you should keep an eye on. "

"▪ In Sweden, open polling stations at 08.00 on Sunday 26 may and will remain open until 21.00. In the evening, expect the Commission to have a preliminary result. Between 23 and 26 may be held elections to the european Parliament in all 28 EU member states. "

"▪ at Least one month before the election you should get a voting card in the mailbox. On your card it says which polling station you should visit on election day. You can't vote on election day starting förtidsröstningen on 8 may. Each municipality must have at least a place where you can vote in advance. If your card is lost, a new print of röstmottagarna where you can vote in advance. "

"▪ All Swedish citizens over 18 years who are registered as residents in Sweden are allowed to vote in the EUROPEAN elections. Do you live in Sweden but is a citizen of another EU country, you can also vote in the regular polling if you are registered at the Swedish electoral register. If you are not registered to the electoral roll, there is a great chance that you can vote on the home country's embassy."

"Because you vote to the EUROPEAN parliament"

"▪ Every five years, held elections in all EU member states for which representatives to send to parliament. Currently consists of the parliament of 751 members from 28 countries. Sweden today has 20 members, but when the Uk leaves the EU, Sweden is a place in the parliament. Elections are held to vote for members who will be and decide on the laws and rules within the EU. "

"In Sweden, apply a 4-procentspärr in the EU elections. It means that a party must get at least four per cent of the votes in order to participate in the distribution of the 20 Swedish seats."

"You can choose to personrösta on a candidate from the party. But you can also vote only for a party or a blank vote. "

"the top candidates from Sweden"

"All of Sweden's parliamentary parties standing in the EUROPEAN elections. It also makes the Feminist initiative, which is the only party that does not sit in the parliament, which currently has one member in parliament. Total sets 73 parties from Sweden up in the EU elections. These are listed on the Valmyndighetens website. "

"these candidates are the tops of their party lists:"

"the social democrats: Heléne FritzonnVänsterpartiet: Malin BjörknMiljöpartiet: Alice Bah KuhnkenCenterpartiet: Fredrick FederleynLiberalerna: Karin KarlsbonModeraterna: Tomas TobénKristdemokraterna: Sara SkyttedalnSverigedemokraterna: Peter LundgrennFeministiskt initiative: Soraya PostnPartiet turning point: Kitty EhnnPiratpartiet: Mattias Bjärnemalm"

"Important dates to keep track of."

"✓ 11 april: Then you can start the postal voter must from the rest of the world. n✓ 26 april: Establishes the electoral roll. Who has the right to vote is determined based on the Swedish tax agency's population registers. n✓ 2 may: Förtidsröstningen on the missions begins. However, röstmottagningar start at different times and keep open various a long time. You can also start budrösta. n✓ 8 may: Now, open the premises for förtidsröstning in Sweden. Don't forget to take voting cards and id-documents. Voting by bids can also be submitted in förtidsröstningslokalerna. n✓ may 23-26: Then held elections in all countries are in the EU.n✓ 26 may: EU elections in Sweden. The polling stations are kept open at 08-21. When the premises closes starts the counting of the ballots. A preliminary result is provided in the evening.n✓ 27 may: the County begins the count for the final election results. n✓ 27 may: the Newly elected members begin to form political groups in the EUROPEAN parliament. n✓ A week after the EUROPEAN elections: that is the election authority able to establish the definitive result. Then appointed the members and alternates. n✓ 2 July: The newly elected european Parliament's term of office begins on July 2 with a meeting in Strasbourg, France."

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