The electorate in 21 EU member states is voting today to elect Euro parliamentarians to represent their country at the European Parliament.
The electoral process started on Thursday with voting in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom, which participated in the elections due to Brexit postponement. Ireland and the Czech Republic voted on Friday, while citizens of Slovakia, Latvia and Malta voted on Saturday. The rest of EU member states are voting today.
Over 426 million citizens in the European Union are eligible voters. The last EP election five years ago saw a voter turnout of 42.6%.