European elections 2009 (1 Viewer)

Sadomin

Senior Member
Apr 5, 2005
7,011
#1
Who are you voting for, and which party group do they belong to?

European People's Party -Christian democrats and conservatives
Party of European Socialists - social democrats and democratic socialists
European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party - liberals and centrists.
European Free Alliance - pro-devolution, independentist. Usually parties representing national minorities.
European Green Party - greens.
Alliance for Europe of the Nations - Eurosceptics and nationalists.
Party of the European Left - socialists and communists.
European Democratic Party - centrists, European integrationists.
EUDemocrats - Eurosceptics

I'm undecided between voting for our green party (slightly left) or centre party (enviromentalist but little more on the right). They belong to the European Greens and the European Liberals respectively.
 

Alen

Senior Member
Apr 2, 2007
49,618
#3
You two come from Iran/Lebanon and you can vote in the European elections. I come from Europe and i can't vote.

FML

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But nonetheless, i wish there are more voters who think the same way as Jack :D
 
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Sadomin

Senior Member
Apr 5, 2005
7,011
#4
You two come from Iran/Lebanon and you can vote in the European elections. I come from Europe and i can't vote.

FML

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But nonetheless, i wish there are more voters who think the same way as Jack :D
Good thing you can't vote. You would just go for the communists.
 

V

Senior Member
Jun 8, 2005
20,106
#6
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I just voted for this guy yesterday.



I'm done voting for the next decade.
 

Red

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Moderator
Nov 26, 2006
47,017
#10
I could scarcely be more excited about exercising my democratic right. :undecide:

I'll vote, and it'll probably be for Labour (Socialists), since it's the lesser evil.

Can't stand the Conservatives, the racists (BNP or UKIP) or the hippies (Greens).
 

Cuti

The Real MC
Jul 30, 2006
13,517
#11
I have 2 labour, 2 nationalist and 2 green planned. Only 3 of the 6 really worked to get it, but my father did some work from one of the labour guys for his campaign, so he'll get my vote
 

Geof

Senior Member
May 14, 2004
6,740
#12
I'm voting for Gérard Deprez, who is one of the few lads doing a serious and thorough job at the EP.

He's a member of the European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party, but more the left wing of it :p
 

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