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European Parliament election week begins on Monday

European Parliament election week begins on Monday

Election week for the European Parliament starts on Monday, June 3. Early and electronic voting will take place from June 3 to June 8, with Election Day on Sunday, June 9.

In Tallinn, voting will be available at 17 polling stations from June 3 to June 6, and at all 76 polling stations in the city from June 7 to June 9. Since the European Parliament elections are held in a single nationwide electoral district, voters can cast their votes at any polling station across Estonia. An overview of all candidates is available on the website

E-voting will be available from June 3 to June 8 at To e-vote, you need a computer with internet access and an ID card or Mobile-ID with PIN codes. E-voting is not available on Election Day, June 9.

The right to vote in the European Parliament elections is granted to Estonian citizens and permanent residents of the European Union in Estonia who are at least 18 years old by Election Day, who have not been deprived of voting rights in their country of origin, and who have applied to be included in the Estonian voter list. Voting rights are not granted to individuals declared legally incompetent in terms of voting rights, those convicted of a crime by a court, and those serving a prison sentence.

All voters included in the voter list will receive an election information leaflet by May 30, which contains details about voting rights and options. The leaflet will be sent electronically or by paper, and it is not required to bring it to the polling station when voting.

Election information can also be accessed through the e-population register at If the leaflet has not arrived by May 30, voters can check their election information on the same website or contact their local district government office.

Additional information about the European Parliament elections in Tallinn can be found at