European Parliamentary Elections Act 1993
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|Act of Parliament|
|Long title||An Act to give effect to a Decision of the Council of the European Communities, 93/81/Euratom, ECSC, EEC, of 1st February 1993 having the effect of increasing the number of United Kingdom representatives to be elected to the European Parliament; and for connected purposes.|
|Royal assent||5 November 1993|
|Repeals||European Assembly Elections Act 1978|
|Repealed by||European Parliamentary Elections Act 1999|
|Text of the European Parliamentary Elections Act 1993 as in force today (including any amendments) within the United Kingdom, from legislation.gov.uk.|
The European Parliamentary Elections Act 1993 is an Act of Parliament that amended the procedures on European elections in the United Kingdom, amending the European Assembly Elections Act 1978. It received the Royal Assent on 5 November 1993.
It was passed mainly to change the number of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) elected from 81 to 87, changing the number of MEPs elected from England from 66 to 71 and from Wales from 4 to 5.
- European Assembly Elections Act 1978
- European Parliamentary Elections Act 1999
- European Parliamentary Elections Act 2002
- Elections in the United Kingdom
- List of Acts of Parliament in the United Kingdom
- List of Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom relating to the European Communities (1957-1993) & European Union (1993- )
- Text of the European Parliamentary Elections Act 1993 as in force today (including any amendments) within the United Kingdom, from legislation.gov.uk.