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Are You an EU Citizen Living in Berlin?

You Have the Right to Vote Here in the EU Elections

The next elections for the European Parliament mark a crossroads for our political future.

After years of economic austerity, the EU we live in is in a state of political crisis. Neoliberal policies have been pushed through by European institutions in all membership countries under the leadership of the Merkel government in Germany. In all of Europe, this has resulted in rising poverty levels, unemployment and economic insecurity.

These policies have also created a fertile ground for nationalism and xenophobia. From the center to the periphery of Europe, right-wing parties have grown, trying to turn migrants into scapegoats for our social hardship. All the while, thousands of people die at European borders every year, fleeing war and economic suffering that our own governments are partially responsible for. But right-wing parties offer no alternative to the present governments and will only continue the politics of social inequality.

And while we suffer record heatwaves as a dire warning of our looming climate crisis, neither centrer nor right offer any real path forward. We need drastic changes to our ecological footprint, ending coal production in all of Europe by 2035 and investing in public transport. We need a common answer to the ecological question, not nationalist isolation.

That is why at the next election, all European voices must be heard, especially those forced to migrate because of economic deprivation. A strong left vote in the EU elections will be a voice for a different Europe. We need to raise the minimum wage in all of Europe, fight for social security beyond poverty levels and create affordable housing everywhere.

We are facing important political choices. Either the EU will start anew – or we will see the rise of authoritarianism. Only DIE LINKE offers an alternative vision for a peaceful and ecological Europe built on solidarity, democracy and social justice. We cannot be divided – let us fight for our future together. 

Vote DIE LINKE on 26th of May.

The European Parliament will be elected

again between the 23rd and the 26th of May 2019. EU citizens have the right to vote – either (1) where they live or (2) in their country of origin. If you want to vote in Berlin for any of the German parties you must:

  1. Be an EU citizen over 18 years old.
  2. Have a registered residence (Anmeldung) in Berlin.
  3. Be registered at your district council voter registration office (Bezirksamt).

You must register to vote before the 5th of May 2019. You will find your local election registration office (Bezirkswahlamt) at one of the addresses below:

Mitte
Müllerstr. 146, 13353 Berlin. ☎ 9018-44516


Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg
Frankfurter Allee 35/37, 10247 Berlin. ☎ 90298-2410


Pankow
Breite Straße 24a-26, 13187 Berlin. ☎ 90295-2400


 

Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf
Otto-Suhr-Allee 100, 10585 Berlin. ☎ 9029-12116


Spandau
Carl-Schurz-Straße 2/6, 13597 Berlin. ☎ 90279-2316 or -2901


Steglitz-Zehlendorf
Kirchstr. 1/3, 14163 Berlin. ☎ 90299-2190


 

Tempelhof-Schöneberg
John-F.-Kennedy-Platz, 10820 Berlin. ☎ 90277-3040 or -3050


Neukölln
Karl-Marx-Str. 83, 12040 Berlin. ☎ 90239-2448


Treptow-Köpenick
Alt-Köpenick 21, 12555 Berlin. ☎ 90297-2390


 

Marzahn-Hellersdorf
Riesaer Str. 94, 12627 Berlin. ☎ 90293-4070


Lichtenberg
Egon-Erwin-Kisch-Str. 106, 13059 Berlin. ☎ 90296-4617


Reinickendorf
Teichstr. 65, Haus 1, 13407 Berlin. ☎ 90294-2148


 

More information on the senate administration’s website (in German):

www.berlin.de

As well as on the website of the federal election manager (in English):

www.bundeswahlleiter.de