Friday, 24 May will be the second day of EU-wide elections to the European Parliament. On this day, voters from two nations — the Czech Republic and Ireland — will cast their ballots for parliamentarians.
On the first day, the UK, who extended its Brexit deadline for six months, participated in the vote as well as voters in the Netherlands. Slovakia, Latvia, and Malta will hold their vote on Saturday, 25 May.
The bulk of the voting, however, will take place on 26 May, when the remaining 21 EU nations will cast their votes.
The results of the vote will be presented simultaneously for the entire Union, on the evening of 26 May, after the last polling station on the continent is closed.
New MEPs will be assigned using a variety of methods including lists, appointments, and elections. What this means is that some MEPs elected on 23-26 May will be stuck waiting in limbo until the UK leaves the EU, The Telegraph notes.