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Elections in the European Union by Wikipedia
European Elections
Oneseat.eu Campaign to have the European Parliament in Brussels only
European Referendum Campaign Campaigning for a EU-wide referendum on any new EU constitution
Parties and Elections in Europe by Wolfram Nordsieck
Information Services of the Political Groups by Europarl
European Union Internet Resources
Europa @ Internet Centre Documentació Europea, Universitat de València
EuroInternet A collection of internet resources for all issues concerning the integration of Europe
European Union by Yahoo!
EUobserver
European Voice A weekly view of the Union
Europa News Portail dédié à l'information communautaire
EurActiv Analysis Of Key EU Policy Areas
A 12 stelle, news dalla UE Resources on EU (italian only) by Paolo M. Grossholz
Elections Online Information about parliamentary elections in Poland, Germany, European Union (by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung)
Institut d'études européennes Institute for European Studies
GEM Phd School Globalisation, the EU and multilateralism
The Party of European Socialists
Parliamentary Group of the Party of European Socialists
ECOSY - European Young Socialists The youth organisation of the Party of European Socialists (PES)
Group of the European People's Party (EPP)
European People's Party (EPP)
European Democrat Students The Student Structure of the European Peoples Party (EPP)
ALDE - Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe European Parliamentary Group
ALDE Party
European Liberal Youth LYMEC
The Greens/Efa in the European Parliament
European Federation of Green Parties
The European Federation of Green Parties
FYEG Federation of the Young European Greens
The Party of European Left
Confederal Group of the European United Left/Nordic Green Left
Europe of Freedom and Democracies (EFD)
Eurofractie RPF-SGP-GPV
European Conservatives and Reformists Group
Parti Communautaire National-européen
Europo Demokratio Esperanto Party for the promotion of Esperanto as a common language (but not a single language) for all the european peoples