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The Conference of Presidents held a meeting on 28 May ahead of the informal dinner of the EU heads of State and Government, scheduled today, and it committed to the following:


This booklet contains fact sheets with information on electoral rules, poll opening and closing times and candidates for the 2019 European election in EU member states.


To help media keep track of the European election campaigns, the EP Press service provides a daily newsfeed on country-specific electoral facts, events and debates in all member states.


This media advisory is a reminder of relevant practical information, timings and services available to the media during the election days, and election night itself on 26 May.


This media advisory presents all relevant information, timing and services available to the media during the election days and during election night on 26 May.


Media accreditation 

Journalists, photographers and audiovisual teams need to apply for media accreditation and/or a special recording permit in order to work in the European Parliament.


How do MEPs work, how much are they paid, and what are their expenses? For answers to these and other frequently asked questions about Parliament's work and running costs, see this FAQs section.

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The European Parliament 's Press Service has a team of press officers whose job is to help journalists and provide them with information on work and decisions in committees and in plenary sessions.