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EU election monitor

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Election year 2023: What are the European policy implications of national elections in the EU? In the run-up to the 2024 European elections, the IEP identifies their implications for Germany and Europe and assesses the elections in a structured and interactive way.

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The results of national elections in the member States of the European Union are relevant for the future of the EU. They determine the balance of power in the European Council and the Council of Ministers and thus indirectly influence the EU's decision-making processes. At the same time, national parliaments have comprehensive rights of participation and control and are involved in the progress of the European integration process.

The IEP's EU Election Monitor covers the national elections in the EU with factsheets, background information, short interviews and election analyses. In this way, the IEP aims to promote the transnational debate on European policy issues.


 

Dates for parliamentary elections in the EU member states in 2023

Country

Expected date

Electoral cycle

Estonia

5. March

4 years

Finland

2. April

4 years

Bulgarian

2. April

4 years, new elections after failed government formation in 2021

Greece

Spring

4 years

Slovakia

30. September

4 years, new elections after referendum in 2022

Luxembourg

8. October

5 years

Poland

Autumn

4 years

Spain

Autumn

4 years

Team

Duration: 01 January 2023 – ongoing
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