EP VOTE: Polling stations closed

SLOVAKIA’S voters elected their representatives in the European Parliament for the next five years on May 24. The polls closed at 22:00.

SLOVAKIA’S voters elected their representatives in the European Parliament for the next five years on May 24. The polls closed at 22:00.

To comply with EU rules, the Statistics Office will not publish any preliminary results. The results of the elections should be published on Sunday, May 25 at 23:00, after all the polling stations around the EU will have closed.

The Slovak Spectator will report on the results as soon as the Statistics Office announces them.

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