Reason for change in Scottish counting areas from Westminster parliamentary boundaries (2004) to council areas (2009)

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Dear European Parliament,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

Reason for change in European election Scottish counting areas from Westminster parliamentary boundaries (1999 and 2004 elections) to Scottish council areas (2009 onward elections)

Yours faithfully,

Mark Gillick

European Parliament

 

C(2019)659470

 

 

Dear Mr Gillick,

 

 

The Citizens’ Enquiries Unit of the European Parliament (EP) has received
your message dated 8 November 2010.

 

Please note that the Citizens' Enquiries Unit is an administrative unit
whose mission is to provide citizens with information on the activities,
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provide personalised legal advice or interpretations of national, European
or international legislation. Neither is it empowered to adopt political
positions or participate in debates on topical issues, since these are the
prerogative of MEPs.

 

As for border changes to constituencies, we would recommend that you
contact the [1]UK Electoral Commission.  [2]The Boundary Commission for
Scotland may also be useful to you.

 

We would also inform you that the [3]European Parliament’s Liaison Office
in Edinburgh may have further information on the matter.

 

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Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

 

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2. https://www.bcomm-scotland.independent.g...
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European Parliament

 

C(2019)659470

 

 

Dear Mr Gillick,

 

 

The Citizens’ Enquiries Unit of the European Parliament (EP) has received
your message dated 8 November 2010.

 

Please note that the Citizens' Enquiries Unit is an administrative unit
whose mission is to provide citizens with information on the activities,
powers and organisation of the European Parliament. The unit does not
provide personalised legal advice or interpretations of national, European
or international legislation. Neither is it empowered to adopt political
positions or participate in debates on topical issues, since these are the
prerogative of MEPs.

 

As for border changes to constituencies, we would recommend that you
contact the [1]UK Electoral Commission.  [2]The Boundary Commission for
Scotland may also be useful to you.

 

We would also inform you that the [3]European Parliament’s Liaison Office
in Edinburgh may have further information on the matter.

 

Finally, to keep up-to-date with the latest activities and work of the
European Parliament, there is a wealth of information on the [4]Newsroom
webpage of the EP website. You can also keep up-to date with the European
Parliament's activities by using our social media pages at
[5]epsocial.eu/eponsocial.

 

We hope this is of interest and thank you for contacting the European
Parliament.

 

 

 

Thanks you for contacting the European Parliament.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

 

Citizens' Enquiries Unit
[6]www.europarl.europa.eu/askEP/en

Disclaimer: Please note that the information given by the Citizens'
Enquiries Unit of the European Parliament is not legally binding.

Please also note that this email box is used for sending emails only.
Incoming emails are not treated. If you wish to contact the Citizens'
Enquiries Unit, please use our [7]webform. 

  

 

 

 

 

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References

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1. https://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/
2. https://www.bcomm-scotland.independent.g...
3. https://www.europarl.europa.eu/unitedkin...
4. http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/
5. http://mandrillapp.com/track/click/30131...
6. http://www.europarl.europa.eu/askEP/en
7. https://www.secure.europarl.europa.eu/at...