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After working on this off and on for a long time and trying to take account of the changing European political scene, I finally have this in a form that I'd like to share. Note that this is something of an AU scenario in which the EU changes its system to resemble the German MMP system somewhat. Here is the blurb from the scenario file explaining why this is going on: A series of crises for the European Union - including Britain's exit, Scotland's plans to leave the UK, rising nationalism, a refugee crisis, and controversial austerity measures - have set the stage for a critical European Parliamentary election. In an effort to create a more cohesive body politic and weaken the standing of extremists, European leaders have agreed to hold an early election under mixed-member proportional representation with EU-wide thresholds for obtaining party list seats, with the EU parties now allowed to share funding and resources across national borders. Each party is required to put forth a candidate for Commission President again, with numerous current and former heads of government in the running along with some other prominent pan-European figures. I had to do quite a bit of educated guessing, particularly when it comes to issue stances and what to do with parties that are non-aligned IRL, so please let me know if you think I'm off the mark or if you have suggestions in general. European Union - 2019.zip