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Who to vote for the European Parliament? The calculator will show you who is closest to you


Not sure which of the parties defending the same views as you? Good support for you can be an Election Calculator, created within the Spaceu2019 project.

The calculator has been designed to help European Union citizens make decisions in this year's European elections. It is available in twenty languages. You get twenty-two questions that make the calculator sort the pages, according to your answers.

You can try the electoral calculator here

For example, you will have to give your views on immigration, social policy or the legalization of marriages of the same sex.

The system then determines the extent to which the political party's view agrees with yours. In addition to the comparison with Czech political parties, the calculator also shows a match with other EU countries' electoral programs.

European Parliamentary elections, such as the other elections in the Czech Republic, are held on Fridays and Saturdays. Polling stations open on Friday 24 May at 2 pm. On the first day, the polling station will be open until 22:00. Then on Saturday, May 25, you can vote between 8 am and 2 pm.

A total of 844 candidates are applying for 21 Czech MEP seats in the forthcoming European Parliamentary elections. Prague has a big advantage in the list of applicants, where almost 200 applicants come.

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