It is even a bigger problem though that a lot of people don’t want to use the little influence they could have in the European political system. May it be for the reason to protest against the current situation – or, more likely because of a mixture of indifference, ignorance and dullness. To bring the second group to the ballot boxes, no cost and effort was too great. Here some of the actions which were taken to motivate the European citizens to participate: The European parliament launched a multilingual online television station, called , which covers everything in Europe from agriculture to women’s rights. In the categories Your Parliament, Your Voice, Young Europe and Parliament Live you can find all kinds of information on the political system as well as news about ongoing events and citizens speaking up. First of all, you can find here the official TV spot for the European elections which exists in 34 languages and is being broadcasted all over Europe on television, in cinemas and on the web.