Elections of members to the European Parliament from Croatia

The collection includes archived online content on the elections of members to the European Parliament from the Republic of Croatia.

Members of the European Parliament from the Republic of Croatia are elected by direct universal, free and equal voting right and secret ballot for a five-year term. The elections are held in the course of the last year of the five-year term of the European Parliament in the electoral term set out by the Council of the European Union. The President of the Republic of Croatia delivers the decision on calling the election for members of the European Parliament.


2019 elections of members to the European Parliament from Croatia

The 2019 elections for the Croatian members of the European Parliament, altogether 12 MEPs, were held on 26 May that year in the polling stations in Croatia and the offices of the Croatian diplomatic missions.

The collection includes all publicly available 2019 European elections-related online content, as well as the websites of the political parties whose candidates participated in the elections, webpages of the candidates and web portals covering the elections.

Resources in the collection were harvested as part of a crawl performed on 24 June 2019, resulting in 393 collected URLs, totalling 43.6 GB of data.

2013 elections of members to the European Parliament from Croatia

The first elections for the Croatian members of the European Parliament, regularly taking place every four years, were held on 14 April 2013.

The collection includes all publicly available 2013 European elections-related online content, as well as the websites of the political parties whose candidates participated in the elections, webpages of the candidates and web portals covering the elections.

Resources in the collection were harvested as part of a crawl performed on 1 May 2013, resulting in 55 collected URLs, totalling 8.9 GB of data.