Members of the European Parliament take part in a voting session in February 2019.
Between May 23 and 26, every EU country will hold elections to appoint the members of the European Parliament for a five-year term. Representing more than 500 million EU citizens, the European Union’s supranational legislature plays a crucial role in shaping EU policy by approving legislation on a host of issues, including the budget, trade, immigration, energy and transportation. However, this year’s elections are expected to result in a fragmented EU parliament, which could have long-term implications for the bloc's policy direction at a time when it faces mounting political and economic uncertainty. ...
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