Yes, another five years have passed and once again it’s time for the citizens of Europe have their say about who will represent their interests in the halls of power in Brussels.
A number of The Local’s readers are eligible to vote in Sweden, and hopefully the rest of you will be slightly curious to know what all the fuss is about.
In fact, 2009 statistics from the Swedish Election Authority (Valmyndigheten) show that just over 182,000 citizens of other European Union (EU) countries reside in Sweden – a sizeable voting bloc indeed!
In an effort to guide those looking to have their voices heard amidst the din of the EU institutional machinery – and to simply enlighten those who can’t –The Local has immersed itself into the muddy sea of information about European elections so you don’t have to.
Step by Step guide: