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Elections' Countdown

A selection of relevant terms from IATE related to the 2019 European elections.

Termcoord European Election Countdown: Political Parties

It might seem difficult to understand how our national Political Parties fit in the European elections but once you get an idea of how...

Termcoord European Election Countdown: EU Institutions

In order to guarantee the promotion and defence of the European Union’s values, objectives and the interests of the member countries, the EU functions...

Termcoord European Election Countdown: Erasmus

Only 28% of the population group aged 18-24 participated in the 2014 European elections. As a comparison, the turnout of the 55+ group was...

Termcoord European Election Countdown: Four Freedoms

One of the biggest achievements of the European Union are the four fundamental freedoms of the internal market. The four freedoms include free movement...

Termcoord European election Countdown: European Environment Agency

The European Environment Agency (EEA) was established in 1990 and is an EU agency. Its members, however, do not only include all EU countries...

Termcoord European Election Countdown: Exit Poll

This is the last post of our Termcoord European Election Countdown, as it is the last day of the European elections. Today, the polls...

Termcoord European Election Countdown: European Council

The European Council is one of the seven institutions of the European Union. Its members are the heads of state or government of all...

Termcoord European Election Countdown: Committees

The European Parliament makes important decisions on many complex issues. To prepare the subjects to be discussed, Parliament is divided into 20 standing committees....

Termcoord European Election Countdown: Court of Auditors

The European Court of Auditors (ECA) audits the EU’s finances. Its main work is to control the EU’s budget and policies, principally those areas...

Termcoord European Election Countdown: Presidents

The three main institutions of the EU are each chaired by a figure known as president. The origin of this term can be traced...
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