“European Parliament elections: who does what?”

The background document “European Parliament elections: who does what?” aims to explain the functioning of the European institutions and European parliament elections to our civil society network and to all the people in need. This document informs about the details of the functioning of the European Union and its institutions. It indicates who vote and who is elected during the European Parliament elections. It also helps to understand some more complicated aspects such as the settlement of the European budget. Eventually, this guide suggests tracks of reflexion on major issues such as the right to food and financial regulation.

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