As the final day of voting in the EU elections kicks off, Europe gleefully awaits the announcement of the results on Sunday evening– or does it? Follow RT’s alphabetized breakdown to find out about the polls, the parliament, and problems on the continent.
Voting began on Thursday in the UK and the Netherlands, with Latvia, Malta and Slovakia all casting their votes on Saturday. The final day of polls will close with Italians voting for their preferred candidate.
Low voter turnout and increasing Euroskepticism sweeping the continent suggests that the 400 million who have the right to vote may not want to exercise it; Ireland’s Friday exit polls showed that turnout stood at a mere 30 percent.