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Chapter 2

Union citizens who are not Swedish citizens and who wish to stand for election to the European Parliament shall by a personally signed assurance to the central election authority:

1. state their nationality and address in Sweden, their date of birth and place of birth and their most recent address in their home state;
2. state the constituency or area in their home state where they were last listed in the electoral roll; and
3. declare that they are not a candidate for an election to the European Parliament in any other State and that they have not become ineligible to be elected in their home state through an administrative or judicial decision.

A notification that a Union citizen has declared that he or she wishes to stand for election in Sweden to the European Parliament and that he or she has not become ineligible to be elected in their home state shall be sent by the central election authority to the competent authority in the State where the person
is a citizen.