Members of the European Parliament are directly elected for five years. Each country has its own election rules but some common provisions apply.
The Members of the European Parliament are elected every five years. The world’s only directly elected trans-national assembly, the Parliament represents the interests of EU citizens at the European level. It elects the President of the European Commission, appoints its Commissioners (as a college) and holds them to account. It passes laws for our protection and budgets on our behalf. It represents us abroad and acts on our petitions. The discourse of its Members shapes our political and social agenda upholding the values of the Treaty of the European Union:
The election results will be reported live (on this website) as they are declared on Sunday 26 May 2019.