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Europe Elects May 26
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Finland becomes first member of the European Union to officially count all votes and publish preliminary results: KOK-EPP: 3 VIHR-G/EFA: 2* (+1) SDP-S&D: 2 PS-ECR→EAPN: 2 KESK-ALDE: 2 (-1) VAS-LEFT: 1 SFP-ALDE: 1 *Additional +1 if Brexit (+/-) vs. 2014
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Jani M. I. Turunen May 26
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Jenni Prokkola May 26
Come on EU, we need good people elected tonight 🙌 Go Greens! The excitement with is almost too much😬
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Petteri Ahonen May 26
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Free Snakes May 26
My candidate is going through - I voted for the Silly Party
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Organic Count May 26
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Marion Fields May 26
I seem to live in an -friendly area, since in my neighbourhood turnout was 60 % and the majority of the votes is going to pro-Europe parties.
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Johan Andersson May 26
2019: EU elections, 5 week old Brexit Party won by a landslide
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Aurora May 26
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Janne Leskinen May 26
It was a privilidge to act as an election official in ! Now some icehockey!
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Markku Koivusalo May 26
What a (European) Night. North Europe wins North America in Ice-Hockey and luckily Putin did not win the European elections. , ,
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Mikko Särkkälä May 26
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Martin May 26
In UK, France, Italy, Bulgaria where politicians have failed showing a way forward, buys his way via proxies. Where the political debate is focused on real topics and solutions, meaningful alternatives emerge
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Europe Elects May 27
Finland: European Election meant significant gains for VIHR-G/EFA and significant losses for the agrarian KESK-ALDE. PS-ECR->EAPN succeeded in Northern Finland, Lappi and Oulu, lost a bit ground in capital city Helsinki. KOK-EPP lost especially in South.
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Yle News May 26
Greens surge in Finland’s EU Parliament election, Centre Party spurned
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Hanna Vakkala May 26
Oh yes, we had yesterday. We didn't follow counting, cause all Finns, incl. , were watching to win gold in ice hockey! Amazing!! 💎🙌
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Mirja Hirvonen May 26
Romanian Socialists in turmoil | The ruling Socialist party (PSD) is in turmoil following the EU elections in Romania. Polls suggest it will get less than 26% of the votes. “If PSD get...
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PassionSpoon May 26
Replying to @PassionSpoon1
so proud of all people who went and vote for a better 👏 the ones who voted can now criticise or applaud the EU parliament, the ones who didn't vote should stay quiet. My opinion 🤔
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IntraComp May 27
Finland's : the Green League gained 6,7% support and the Centre Party of Finland lost 6,1% of their support, The Finns Party gained 1%. From the 13 candidates chosen 6 are new MEPs. More on the results here:
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Mirja Hirvonen May 26
German small parties win big | Germany’s smallest parties win new seats. While traditional German parties have seen significant losses today, several small parties are sending their fi...
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