The elections to the European Parliament took place in the Czech Republic on 24 and 25 May 2019. The Czech Republic was the only country where voting took place over two days. The Czech Republic won 21 MEPs in the elections.
Elections in the European Union shall be held every five years on the basis of universal suffrage. Members of the European Parliament have been directly elected in this way since 1979. To this end, European political parties have the right to campaign throughout the European Union. The European Parliament currently has 705 Members.
The next elections will take place in 2024.