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Parties and Elections in Europe provides a comprehensive database about the parliamentary elections in the European countries and autonomous subdivisions since 1945 and additional informations about the political parties, the political leaders, the composition of governments and the electoral laws. The parties are characterised according to their political orientation. The website also contains an electoral calendar, news in brief and links to parties and election authorities.

The database currently contains the results of legislative elections from all European countries and more than 100 subdivisions. Use the menu bar to find every listed country, region or province.


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  News in brief. Latest events around the world of parties and elections in Europe.
 
October
 Ukraine
Parliamentary election · 26/10/2014.
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Parliamentary election · 12/10/2014.
 Bulgaria
Parliamentary election · 05/10/2014.
 Latvia
Parliamentary election · 04/10/2014.
September
 EU
The European People's Party (EPP) approved the membership applications of five parties: National Liberal Party (PNL) and People's Movement Party (PMP) from Romania, Populars for Italy (PPI) and New Centre Right (NCD) from Italy and finally HDZ1990 from Bosnia and Herzegovina (observer member).
Source: EPP
 Vorarlberg / A
State election · 21/09/2014.
 Brandenburg / D
State election · 14/09/2014.
 Thuringia / D
State election · 14/09/2014.
 Crimea
Regional election · 14/09/2014.
 Sweden
Parliamentary election · 14/09/2014.
August
 Saxony / D
State election · 31/08/2014.
July
 Romania
Centre-right fusion: National Liberal Party (PNL) and Democratic Liberal Party (PDL) decided to merge. The new party will keep the name of the PNL.
Negotiations between the PDL and the Civic Force (FC) were also completed.
Sources: ACTMedia News Agency & Agerpress
 Slovenia
Parliamentary election · 13/07/2014.
June
 Romania
The National Liberal Party (PNL) Ordinary Congress voted by wide majority the affiliation of PNL to the European People's Party (EPP).
Source: ACTMedia News Agency
 Italy
12 MPs out of 37 left the party Left Ecology Freedom (SEL). They opposed the formation of the joint left-wing list 'The Other Europe' ahead of the 2014 European Parliament Election. The dissidents support the Renzi Cabinet.
Sources: La Repubblica & Corriere Della Sera
 Kosovo
Parliamentary election · 08/06/2014.
May
 European Union
Parliamentary election · 25/05/2014.
 Belgium
Parliamentary election · 25/05/2014.
 Brussels / B
Regional election · 25/05/2014.
 DG / B
Regional election · 25/05/2014.
 Flanders / B
Regional election · 25/05/2014.
 Wallonia / B
Regional election · 25/05/2014.
 Abruzzo / I
Regional election · 25/05/2014.
 Piedmont / I
Regional election · 25/05/2014.
April
 Macedonia
Parliamentary election · 27/04/2014.
 Hungary
Parliamentary election · 06/04/2014.
March
 Serbia
Parliamentary election · 16/03/2014.
 Denmark
At a party convention on 1-2 March, Socialist People's Party (SF) voted to apply for full membership of the European Greens (EGP).
Source: EGP
 Italy
The Democratic Party (PD) joined the Party of European Socialists (PES).
Source: PD
February
 Serbia
Former Serbian President Boris Tadić left the Democratic Party (DS), which he led from February 2004 until November 2012, and set up a new party called New Democratic Party / Nova Demokratska Stranka (NDS).
Source: B92
 Sardinia / I
Regional election · 16/02/2014.
January
 Slovenia
On 30 January, at a meeting of the Positive Slovenia Executive Council, delegates voted to apply for full membership of the ALDE Party.
Source: ALDE
 Austria
Liberal merger: The Liberal Forum (LIF) merged into The New Austria (NEOS) which took the name The New Austria and Liberal Forum / Das Neue Österreich und Liberales Forum (NEOS).
Source: Der Standard
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