Over 200 million Europeans voted in the May elections which took place between 23-26 May with Irish citizens casting their ballots on 24 May. Turnout increased across the continent from 42,61% in 2014 to 51% in 2019.Read more : What now after European Parliament elections?
For the 2019-2024 parliamentary term the following candidates have been elected in Ireland. Newly-elected MEPs will take their seats in the European Parliament on 2 July 2019, when Parliament's 9th term starts, and MEPs meet in Strasbourg for its constituent session.Read more : Final results of the European Elections 2019 in Ireland
It's finally election day! If you are voting in the capital chances are you will have seen the 'I Voted' stickers designed to reward those who have fulfilled their civic duty while prompting others to do the same.Read more : It's election day!
We are proud to support the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia. Everyone has the right to equal treatment & opportunities regarding employment, social protection, education.Read more : International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia 2019
With just one month until the European elections on 23-26 May, the European Parliament is launching a film - "Choose Your Future" - to encourage people to vote. In Ireland, the elections will take place on 24 May.Read more : European Parliament launches short film to get out the vote for European Elections 2019
Statement by the Conference of Presidents and the Brexit Steering Group of the European Parliament in preparation of the European Council of 10 April 2019.Read more : Statement by the European Parliament ahead of the 10 April Brexit Summit
St Leo’s College Carlow was chosen as this year's Irish representative at the Charlemagne Youth Prize in Aachen, Germany.Read more : St. Leo’s College to represent Ireland in Charlemagne Youth Prize
The European Parliament would like to express its condolences following the death of former MEP Richie Ryan.Read more : Death of Richie Ryan former MEP
The Ambassadors of EU countries to Ireland gathered at Europe House on Mount Street Lower for a photocall to encourage all EU citizens in Ireland to exercise their right to Vote on May 24.Read more : EU Member States’ Ambassadors to Ireland promote this year’s EU Elections
On Friday, 15 March, the European Commission and the European Parlaiment will be hosting an event in Europe House to mark International Women's Day 2019, celebrating female entrepreneurism in rural Ireland.Read more : International Women's Day 2019
The Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee on Tuesday approved the candidature of Philip Lane, Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, to the executive board of the European Central Bank (ECB).Read more : MEPs back Philip Lane to join ECB executive board