Vote in the European Parliament elections as a non-Dutch citizen

The European Parliament elections take place on Thursday, 23 May. Citizens of a European Union member state who live in The Hague can choose to vote in the Netherlands for the Dutch members of the European Parliament.

You can also choose to vote in your country of origin for the members of your own member state.

Voting in your country of origin

If you would like to vote in the country where you have EU citizenship, then you need to indicate in your country of origin that you would like to vote as a voter abroad. You will then not be allowed to cast your vote in the Netherlands and you will also not receive a voting pass.

Voting in the Netherlands

It is not longer possible to register to vote in the Netherlands for the Dutch members of the European Parliament. The deadline of Tuesday, 9 April 2019 has already passed.

The Brexit has been postponed until 31 October 2019. British residents of the Netherlands are permitted to vote in the European Parliament elections on 23 May. They were also allowed to register voters in the Netherlands.
Also see www.thehague.nl/elections

Published: 22 February 2019Modified: 18 April 2019