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Just the Facts: Estonian Parliamentary Elections, 1 March 2015

On March 1 2015, 64.2% of Estonia’s electorate voted to elect the country’s national parliament. Electoral System Explained The Estonian Riigikogu is a unicameral parliament with 101 members.  Members are elected to 12 multi-member constituencies.  Members are elected every four years through a system of proportional representation; this entails direct […]

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Jobs and Internships in Europe – 26/02/2015

Welcome to this week’s Jobs and Internships in Europe blogpost.  If you’re not already on our mailing list, you can sign up here to receive these opportunities by email every Thursday. Here at European Movement Ireland, we are looking for a Communications and Events Officer to join our team.  The deadline for applications is Friday, […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Irish ‘Blue Star’ teachers win major European award

Joint winners of European Citizen’s Prize Brussels, 25 February 2015: Following their nomination by Ireland South MEP Sean Kelly, hundreds of Irish national school teachers who are involved in the Blue Star programme are joint Irish winners of the prestigious European Parliament’s European Citizen’s Prize, at an awards ceremony in […]

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Just the Facts – Referendum on the Presidential Age of Eligibility

The Irish Government has committed to holding two referendums this year – the first on same-sex marriage and the second on reducing the age of candidates allowed to contest the presidential election from 35 to 21. Although the date has yet to be set, both referendums will take place in […]

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