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This leaflet was produced by non-Germans who live in Berlin. We believe that the whole of Europe needs an electoral success for DIE LINKE, and want to make our contribution. Together with other Europeans we want to mobilize for the elections, including in our own communities, and to take part in further actions. We invite all Europeans in Berlin to join us.

The Left Party group »Europeans in Berlin« meets on the second Monday of each month at 7pm in Karl-Liebknecht Haus, Kleine Alexanderstraße 28 (U-Bahn Rosa Luxemburg Platz). Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings.

The European Parliament will be elected again between the 22nd and the 25th of May 2014. 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 2014. You will find your local election registration office (Bezirkswahlamt) at the one of the addresses below:

Mathilde-Jacob-Platz 1, 10551 Berlin, Telefon: 9018 – 44510

Frankfurter Allee 35/37, 10247 Berlin, Telefon: 90298 - 3020

Pankow (inc. Prenzlauer Berg):
Breite Straße 24a-26, 13187 Berlin, Telefon: 90295 – 2400

Otto-Suhr-Allee 100, 10585 Berlin, Telefon: 9029 – 12303

Carl-Schurz-Straße 2/6, 13597 Berlin, Telefon: 90279 - 2316

Kirchstr. 1/3, 14163 Berlin, Telefon: 90299 – 2190

John-F.-Kennedy-Platz, 10820 Berlin, Telefon: 90277 – 3040

Karl-Marx-Str. 83, 12040 Berlin, Telefon: 6809 - 2448

Alt-Köpenick 21, 12555 Berlin, Telefon: 90297 - 2013

Riesaer Str. 94, 12627 Berlin, Telefon: 90293 – 4071

Egon-Erwin-Kisch-Str. 106, 13059 Berlin, Telefon: 90296 – 4617

Teichstr. 65, Haus 1, 13407 Berlin, Telefon: 90294 - 2148

Who should I vote for?

At the election, all European voices must be heard, especially those forced to migrate because of the economic crisis and the austerity programs imposed on their countries by the Troika.

European institutions are driving through a neo-liberal agenda of public spending cuts in all EU countries. The Merkel government is significantly responsible for these policies. The result is economic depression and real suffering for poorer people in all EU countries.

A strong left vote in the EU elections will punish Merkel and can help to change the political direction within Europe. In Germany, only DIE LINKE offers a credible alternative vision for Europe to neo-liberalism and the consequent rising debt, insecurity and unemployment.