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European Parliament election, 2014 (Slovakia)


European Parliament election, 2014 (Slovakia)

European Parliament election in Slovakia, 2014

24 May 2014

All 13 Slovak seats to the European Parliament
Turnout 13.05%[1]
  First party Second party Third party
Alliance PES EPP EPP
Last election 5 seats, 32.01% 2 seats, 10.87% 2 seats, 16.98%
Seats won 4 2 2
Seat change Decrease 1 Steady
Popular vote 135,089 74,108 43,467
Percentage 24.09% 13.21% 7.75%
Swing Decrease 7.92 Increase 2.34 Decrease 9.24

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
Alliance ALDE
Last election new new 0 seats, 4.71%
Seats won 1 1 1
Seat change new new Increase 1
Popular vote 41,829 38,316 37,376
Percentage 7.46% 6.83% 6.66%
Swing new new Increase 1.95

  Seventh party Eighth party
Alliance EPP EPP
Last election 2 seats, 11.33% new
Seats won 1 1
Seat change Decrease 1 new
Popular vote 36,629 32,708
Percentage 6.53% 5.83
Swing Decrease 4.8 new

Elections to the European Parliament took place in Slovakia on 24 May 2014. It was the third European election which took place in Slovakia.

Thirteen MEPs were elected from Slovakia using a proportional list system joining the other candidates elected as part of the wider European Parliament election, 2014

The 'faster processing of interim results' was promised by the Slovak Office for Statistics because of a new electronic counting system.[2]

Turnout, at 13% of registered voters, was the lowest across the EU.



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  2. ^ Vo voľbách 2014 už bude použitý nový systém spracovania výsledkov (Slovak)

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