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European Parliament / Interesting facts

11-12-2008 • European Parliament / Interesting facts

MEPs who represent "foreign" fields

For the last 15 years people who live in foreign countries have been able to vote in that country in local and European elections. The numbers who take part in the latter have been growing and a few MEPs have been elected for countries other than their own. However, the number of "foreign" voters has grown from 5.9% in 1994 to 12% in 2004, due in part to more people moving...
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