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After seeing turnout for the 2019 European elections rise, it’s now time to finalise political groups and decide on the next European Commission president.
What happens now the new Parliament has been elected? Learn more about the next steps in our infographic.
Fancy seeing how an international, multilingual institution like the European Parliament works on a daily basis? Apply for a traineeship and gain hands-on experience of EU decision-making.
The first job of the new European Parliament will be to elect its next president. Find out about the procedure in our infographic.
This year's Charlemagne Youth Prize goes to the Italian Europhonica IT project, a radio show where young people share their stories and views about Europe.
Have your say about who will represent you in the European Parliament for the next five years. Go out and vote!
People from all over Europe watched six candidates for the Commission presidency discuss their visions for the EU.
With the EU elections coming up on 23-26 May, check out how the European Parliament’s work over the past five years has helped improve your daily life.
From 23 to 26 May 2019, people in the EU vote for the next European Parliament. It’s the moment to make your voice heard. Find out all about it below.
The Citizens' App, developed by Parliament, provides insight into how the EU shapes our daily lives and encourages you to get involved in its future.
From childhood to retirement, social policies are important at all stages of our lives. Find out what EU rules Parliament is working on.
Frans Timmermans will be one of the candidates for the presidency of the European Commission taking part in a live Eurovision debate at the Parliament in Brussels on 15 May.