Despite EU polling stations not opening until 4 June, many Estonians have jumped the gun by voting online today (28 May). But it remains to be seen whether Internet voting will boost poor turnout in the country.
Estonia, one of the EU's smallest member states with a population of 1.4 million, will elect six MEPs in this year's elections. The country is by common consent at the EU forefront of bringing government and governance into the digital arena.
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Internet sees Estonia vote first in EU elections