Belgian Federal Election: The 2019 Belgian federal election will take place on 26 May as the 2019 European Parliament elections. In the election, all 150 members of the Chamber of Representatives will be elected in eleven multi-member constituencies.

Belgian Regional Elections: The Belgian regional elections will take place on 26 May. In the regional elections, new representatives will be chosen for the Flemish Parliament, Walloon Parliament, Brussels Parliament and the Parliament of the German-speaking Community. The Parliament of the French Community will be composed of all elected members of the Walloon Parliament (except German-speaking members) and 19 of the French-speaking members of the Brussels Parliament.


Presidential Election: The next elections for the President of Croatia are due to take place by direct popular vote on a date between 21 December 2019 and 20 January 2020, with a second round (if necessary) to take place on a date between 4 January 2020 and 3 February 2020 between the two candidates with the largest number of votes in the first round.


General elections: General elections will be held in Denmark after either the dissolution or expiry of the current Parliament, and must be held on or before 17 June 2019. All 179 members of the Folketing will be elected. 175 members will be elected in Denmark proper, 2 in the Faroe Islands and two in Greenland.


Parliamentary election: Parliamentary election will be held in Estonia on 3 March 2019. The 101 members of the Riigikogu are elected by proportional representation in twelve constituencies. Seats are allocated using a modified D’Hondt method. Parties have to pass a nationwide threshold of 5%, but if the number of vote cast for an individual candidate exceeds or equals the simple quota (obtained by dividing the number of valid votes cast in the electoral district by the number of mandates in the district), they are elected.


Finnish Parliamentary Election: The 2019 Finnish parliamentary election is scheduled to be held on 14 April 2019. The 200 members of the Eduskunta are elected using proportional representation in 13 multi-member constituencies, with seats allocated according to the d’Hondt method. The number of elected representatives is proportional to the population in the district six months prior to the elections. Aland has single member electoral district and its own party system.


Greek Legislative Election: The Greek legislative election will be held on or before 20 October 2019. At stake will be all 300 seats in the Hellenic Parliament. All voters are called up to vote, with registration being automatic and voting being mandatory. However, none of the legally existing penalties or sanctions have ever been enforced. 250 seats are distributed on the basis of proportional representation, with a threshold of 3% required for entry into parliament. Blank and invalid votes, as well as votes cast for parties that fall short of the 3% threshold, are disregarded for seat allocation purposes. 50 additional seats are awarded as a majority bonus to the party that wins a plurality of votes, with coalitions in that regard not being counted as an overall party but having their votes counted separately for each party in the coalition, according to the election law. Parliamentary majority is achieved by a party or coalition of parties that command at least one half plus one (151 out of 300) of total seats.


Presidential Elections: The next presidential election in Latvia will be held in June 2019. According to the Constitution, the President is elected by Parliament in a secret ballot by a majority of no fewer than 51 of the 100 members of Parliament.


Presidential Elections: The Presidential elections are scheduled to be held in Lithuania on 12 May 2019. Incumbent president Dalia Grybauskaité is term-limited.


Parliamentary Elections: The next Polish parliamentary elections must be held not later than November 2019. All 460 members of the Sejm and 100 senators will be elected.


Legislative Election: The Portuguese legislative election will be held on 6 October 2019. At stake will be all 230 seats to the Assembly of the Republic.


Presidential Elections: Presidential elections will be held in Romania in November or December 2019. President Klaus Iohannis, elected in 2014, is eligible for re-election.


Presidential Elections: Presidential elections are scheduled to be held in Slovakia on or before Saturday, 9 March 2019. The incumbent President Andrej Kiska won’t run for a second term.


Local elections: Spanish local elections will be held on Sunday 26 May 2019, to elect all councilors in the municipalities of Spain and all seats in 38 provincial deputations. The elections will be held simultaneously with regional elections in thirteen autonomous communities, as well as local elections in the three foral deputations of the Basque Country, the ten island councils in the Balearic and Canary Islands and the 2019 European Parliament election.



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