The turnout is estimated at 20 percent, much higher than in 2014, when Slovakia posted the lowest election turnout in the EU - 13 percent.Slovakia's citizens and citizens of other EU countries with permanent residence in Slovakia who have registered for the vote in Slovakia voted in the country's fourth European Parliament election
on Saturday, May 25, between 7:00 and 22:00.Take a look at how the election day went around Slovakia:Unlike the first round of the presidential election earlier this year, this time around the election day passed without major incidents and the polling stations closed at 22:00.
All parties could be hindered by the trend of low voter turnout in the UK for the European Parliament elections
, according to an expert.
A record low of 43 per cent of eligible voters cast their ballots in the European Parliament election
, according to a first official estimate published by the assembly.
Interestingly, she hinted that she has given up on the hope of avoiding European Parliament elections
later this month - something that will not endear her to most members of her party.
The EU's structural weaknesses have been aggravated by the European Parliament election
The reactions to the presidential election result come just as the European Parliament election
campaign is starting across the continent.
The European Parliament election
, scheduled for June 6 is likely to receive scant attention in Latvia, with local municipal elections, due to take place on the same day, set to grab more interest from both politicians and the electorate.
The European integration project is suffering from a crisis in legitimacy symptomatically represented by small European Parliament election
turnouts and Kaid (telecommunication, U.
In the last European Parliament election
in 1999, 38.8% of the Swedish voters made use of their votes, compared to 80.1% in the Swedish parliament election.
AS THE latest twist in the seemingly interminable Brexit saga, the European Parliament election
in which we are now likely to take part could have two possible outcomes.
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." "We trust that the newly elected government will improve the democratic governance of the country and promote a more inclusive society by addressing the increase in religious extremism and radicalisation and its effect on certain minorities and ethnic groups, in particular Muslim citizens - and specifically the Rohingyas," it noted.