The European Parliament election ended on Sunday (26th), and the turnout rate reached a 20-year high. According to the preliminary results of the partial counting results and the polling station survey, the conservative people’s European People’s Party is expected to win 178 seats. It is still the largest party group, but the number of seats won 43 points less than the previous session. Both the far-right party and the far-right party have made significant gains.
More than 400 million registered voters in the EU have to elect 751 members of the European Parliament. The European Parliament said that the voter turnout rate reached a 20-year high, estimated at 51%. European Parliament spokesman Jaume Duch Guillot said: “The voting rate of the EU-27 is currently estimated at about 51%, the highest in 20 years.” If combined with the British vote, the turnout rate may reach 52%.
According to the preliminary results of the partial counting results and the polling station survey, the conservative People’s European Community Party (European People’s Party) is expected to win 178 seats, still the largest party group, but the number of seats won 43 points less than the previous 221 seats.
The Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats are expected to win 152 seats, less than the current 191 seats; the Middle Liberal Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) is expected Scored 108 seats, an increase of 41 seats over the previous session.
The European and European countries (Europe of Nations and Freedom) are expected to win 55 seats; the Greens are expected to receive 67 seats, 17 more than the previous session.