European Parliament Elections 2009
Collection of around 200 Internet sites formed during and immediately after the European Parliament election campaign of 2009. It consists of a representative sample of Pan-European, national and regional political party sites, candidates campaign sites and blogs, manifestos of civil society organisations at national and European level, and comment from the traditional press, political analysts in academia, and individuals and communities sharing their thoughts online.
- ActionAid EU: European Elections 2009
- AGE: AGE Toolkit for the European Parliament Elections June 2009
- Alliance Party of Northern Ireland
- Animals Count: Elections
- Anne Fairweather
- An open letter to European trade unions, Party of European Socialists (PES)
- Anthea McIntyre
- Antony Hook
- April: European Parliament 2009 elections - a pact to support Free Software
- Ashley Fox
- BBC News: At-a-glance - Party-by-party guide
- BBC News: Elections 2009
- BBC News: Euro election at a glance 5/6/09
- BBC News: European election candidates
- BBC News: Libertas chief sets out Euro stall
- BBC News: Libertas enter EU elections in UK
- BBC News: Mark Mardell's Euroblog - What does Libertas really want?
- BBC News: MEPs on the European election
- BBC News: MPs' expenses
- BBC News: Q&A - European elections 2009
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