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European Parliament election, 1984 (Greece)

Greece, European Parliament election, 1984

17 June 1984
24 seats to the European Parliament

The European Parliament election of 1984 in Greece was the election of the delegation from Greece to the European Parliament in 1984. This was the second European election and the first time Greece voted with the rest of the Community.

Results

 Summary of the results of Greece's 17 June 1984 election to the European Parliament
• •
National party European party Leader(s) Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) 2,476,491 41.58 1.46 Increase
10 / 24
0 Steady
New Democracy (ND) 2,266,568 38.05 6.71 Increase
9 / 24
1 Increase
Communist Party (ΚΚΕ) 693,304 11.64 1.20 Decrease
3 / 24
0 Steady
Communist Party – Interior (KKE–E) 203,813 3.42 1.88 Decrease
1 / 24
0 Steady
National Political Union (EPEN) 136,642 2.29 new
1 / 24
0 Steady
Party of Democratic Socialism (KDS) 47,389 0.80 3.46 Decrease
0 / 24
1 Decrease
Christian Democracy (CD) 26,735 0.45 0.70 Decrease
0 / 24
0 Steady
Liberal Party 20,908 0.35 0.69 Decrease
0 / 24
0 Steady
Revolutionary Communist Movement (EKKE) 17,789 0.30 -
0 / 24
0 Steady
Union of the Democratic Centre (EDK) 16.848 0.28 0.84 Decrease
0 / 24
0 Steady
Fighting Socialist Party (ASKE) 10,389 0.18 new
0 / 24
0 Steady
Valid votes 5,956,060 99.07
Blank and invalid votes 55,756 0.93
Totals 6,011,816 100.00
24 / 24
0 Steady
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 7,790,309 77.17 4.31 Decrease
Source:

Elected MEPs

References

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