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European Parliament election, 1987 (Spain)

 

European Parliament election, 1987 (Spain)

The European Parliament election of 1987 in Spain took place on 10 June 1987.[1][2] It was the election of all 60[1][2] MEPs representing the Spain constituency for the remainder of the 1984-1989 term of the European Parliament. Spain had acceded to the European Community on 1 January 1986 and had been represented in the European Parliament by 60 appointed delegates until elections could be held.

Results

External links

  • Overview according to the Spanish Ministry of the Interior of the 10 June 2007 election of the 60 delegates from Spain to the European Parliament
  • Results according to the Spanish Ministry of the Interior of the 10 June 2007 election of the 60 delegates from Spain to the European Parliament

References

  1. ^ a b "Overview according to the Spanish Ministry of the Interior of the 10 June 2007 election of the 60 delegates from Spain to the European Parliament" (in Spanish). Government of Spain, Ministry of the Interior. Retrieved 2008-11-30. 
  2. ^ a b "Results according to the Spanish Ministry of the Interior of the 10 June 2007 election of the 60 delegates from Spain to the European Parliament" (in Spanish). Government of Spain, Ministry of the Interior. Retrieved 2008-11-30. 
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