Everything you need to know about New EU Parliament


EU Elections

    The 2024 European Parliament election took place from 6 to 9 June. It was the tenth parliamentary election since the first direct elections in 1979, and the first European Parliament election after Brexit. This election also coincided with a number of other elections in some European Union Member states.

Credit: X

European People's Party

    Untitled_design_-_2024-06-11T150324.405_

Credit: X

Socialists and Democrats

    The Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats is the political group in the European Parliament of the Party of European Socialists. The party has won 135 seats in EU elections. The president of Socialists and Democrats is Iratxe García.

Credit: X

Renew

    Renew Europe (Renew) is a liberal, pro-European political group of the European Parliament founded for the ninth European Parliament term. The party has won 82 seats. The president of Renew Europe is Valérie Hayer.

Credit: X

Conservatives and Reformists

    The European Conservatives and Reformists is a soft Eurosceptic, anti-federalist political group of the European Parliament. The ECR is the parliamentary group of the European Conservatives and Reformists Party European political party. The party has won 71 seats.

Credit: X

Identitiy and Democracy

    Identity and Democracy is a right-wing to far-right political group of the European Parliament, launched on 13 June 2019 for the Ninth European Parliament term. The party has won 62 votes and the president of Identity and Democracy is Marco Zanni.

Credit: X

Greens

    The European Green Party, also referred to as European Greens, is a transnational, European political party representing national parties from across Europe who share Green values. The party has won 53 seats and the president of greens is Philippe Lamberts.

Credit: X

Left

    The Left in the European Parliament – GUE/NGL is a left-wing political group of the European Parliament established in 1995. Before January 2021, it was named the European United Left/Nordic Green Left (French: Gauche unitaire européenne/Gauche verte nordique, GUE/NGL). The party has won 34 seats.

Credit: X

Special Coverage