Europes first democratic presidential election will take place on April 19, 2020, in a country that has long held a special place in the hearts of the international community.

With only eight months to go until the vote, Europes second most populous country, Germany, is looking to secure the next presidential term.

There are more than 2,600 registered candidates in the upcoming election, but only around 300 have been officially selected, according to the election commission.

The odds of winning are still very low, with just one in 10,000 people going to the polls.

The country’s two main parties are vying for power in the election, which is being run in a system that is far more complicated than the United States, where voters cast ballots via mail and in person.

The voting process takes place through a secret ballot that includes a paper poll sheet.

The winner is declared by a combination of the top two vote-getters from each of the five major parties.

With the election taking place on a date between April 19 and June 12, it will be the country’s first ever election on a time line, meaning voters will be voting in the same timeframe for the first time.

Europes most famous politician, Norbert Hofer, is the front-runner for the position of president, but many other political parties are also in the running.

One of them, the far-right Freedom Party, is hoping to secure a majority in the Bundestag, Germany’s parliament, to push through a law that would limit immigration.

Hofer has repeatedly criticized the way Germany is being governed by the Federal Constitutional Court and the Federal Government.

It is believed that Hofer could become the countrys next president in 2020.

“If we don’t change this, we will have a permanent minority, a permanent majority, for the far right,” Hofer told the BBC last year.

He also claimed that a new constitution could be proposed in 2019.

In an attempt to stem the rise of the far far right, the country has made some important reforms to its electoral system in recent years.

The vote will be carried out via a secret voting process in which voters will fill out a paper ballot that is then sent to the offices of all the parties.

These offices will then tally up the votes and announce their results to the public.

The outcome is officially declared by the National Election Commission.

There will be only one candidate running in the elections, but the odds are that Hfors candidacy could still be confirmed at a later date.

A second round of voting will take places in the summer of 2020, which will see a final tally of the votes cast in all the constituencies.

The next election will be held on May 26, 2020.