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|2019 European Election|
The last elected candidate in the Dublin and South constituencies will only take their seats if and when the United Kingdom leaves the European Union. For this reason, the votes of the last candidate who failed to be elected were redistributed in order to determine the final order of the elected candidates.
Polling was on Friday 24 May 2019 from 7am to 10pm.
The European Parliament Constituency Committee issued a report in September 2018. This recommended Ireland's 13 seats should be divided between three constituencies - Dublin (4 seats), Midlands North West (4 seats) and South (5 seats).
The main changes since 2014 are:
According to a Resolution of the European Parliament, if the UK holds elections to the European Parliament on 23 May 2019 and is still a member on 2 July 2019, only 11 MEPs will go to Brussels from Ireland. The last elected candidate in each of the Dublin and South constituencies will take their seats if and when the UK leaves.
These arrangements are contained in the European Parliament Elections (Amendment) Act.
Polling is on Thursday 23 May 2019
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