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European elections: 23-26 May 2019

The countdown has begun... Between 23 and 26 May, the European elections take place! Will you vote as well? #EP2019 #thistimeimvoting #ikstemdezekeer  

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The European elections take place between 23 to 26 May 2019. Voting day in the Netherlands is on 23 May. This time it´s not enough to just hope for a better future: this time we all need to take responsibility for it. This time we´re not just asking you to vote, we´re also asking you to help to persuade othes to vote as well.

If you want to be kept up to date on events around the European elections, you can register on the European election page: www.thistimeimvoting.eu (or the Dutch version www.ikstemdezekeer.eu).

How can an expat vote while living in the Netherlands

As a non-Dutch European citizen you are allowed to vote during the European elections. To do so, you have to register at your local municipality with the so-called Y-32 form. The Y-32 form is freely available at your local municipality. Furthermore, it is important that you register before 9 April 2019. When registered correctly, you will automatically receive a voting pass a few days before the elections. If you are excluded from voting in your home country or in the Netherlands, you cannot participate in the elections.
 

Here is a very handy app with information on How To Vote in all EU countries.

 

More information

On the Download Centre of the European Parliament, you can find all kinds of documents about the European elections - click here.

Antonio Tajani, chair of the European Parliament, about the elections.

You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat (EPinNL). Join the conversation about the European elections by using #EP2019 , #thistimeimvoting and #ikstemdezekeer.

 

This page will be regularly updated.