The project is not yet launched, but as soon as it will air you will find, according to the description on the site:
an information site and a multilingual debate on the European elections in June 2009.We can expect to
read the latest news from the EU parliament, watch videos of Europe’s citizens, see opinion polls and campaign blogs, check our news on the politics and economy of Europe [...] EU candidate programmes?Let's see whether this site will actually be able to "Europeanise the European elections" and whether it will help to give more visibility to the process and the politics behind the 2009 elections.
At least it looks as if the European public will get some more than it got in the past - even though Twitter might still not become President and although Facebook is ignoring that there are EU Parliament elections, which some see as a warning for the EU institutions.
Under the category "Tracking: European parliament elections 2009" I am following up national and European activities on the path to the European Parliament elections 2009.
For an overview over all articles in this category have a look at the overview article.
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