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, candidatesÂ’ 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.

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  1. UK Polling Report
  2. Union of European Federalists (UEF): UEF launches manifesto for European elections
  3. UNISON: News, February 2009
  4. Unite Against Fascism (UAF)
  5. Unite: ETUC Manifesto on European Elections 2009
  6. Unite: Why the 2009 European elections are vital, Richard Corbett MEP
  7. Vote2009.eu
  8. Vote 4 Jan
  9. Vote for Change - Conservatives and Unionist
  10. Vote Match
  11. Waterwise: Manifesto - European elections
  12. World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT): Manifesto on Human Rights for the new European Parliament, 2009
  13. Yes 2 Europe
  14. YouGov: Green Party Survey Results
  15. YouGov:The Sun Survey Results
  16. Zehra in Gloucestershire

Sites (196)

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