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European Parliament election, 1989 (Portugal)

Portugal European Parliament election, 1989

18 June 1989
24 seats to the European Parliament
Turnout 51.1%

The European Parliament election of 1989 in Portugal was the election of MEP representing Portugal constituency for the 1989-1994 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 1989 European election. In Portugal the election was held on 18 June.

Parties and candidates

The major parties that partook in the election, and their EP list leaders, were:[1]

National summary of votes and seats

The most voted party in each district (Azores and Madeira are not shown)
 Summary of the results of Portugal's 18 June 1989 election to the European Parliament
• •
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Social Democratic Party (PSD) LDR António Capucho 1,358,958 32.75 4.70
9 / 24
1
Socialist Party (PS)* PES João Cravinho 1,184,380 28.54 6.26
8 / 24
2
Democratic Unitarian Coalition (CDU) LU



Carlos Carvalhas



597,759



14.40



2.90



4 / 24
Communist Party (PCP)
3 / 24
0
Ecologist Party (PEV)
1 / 24
1
Democratic and Social Centre (CDS) EPP Lucas Pires 587,497 14.16 1.34
3 / 24
1
People's Monarchist Party (PPM) None 84,272 2.03 0.74
0 / 24
0
Democratic Movement (MDP) None 56,900 1.37 0.88
0 / 24
0
People's Democratic Union (UDP) None 45,017 1.08 0.14
0 / 24
0
Others (parties or candidates that won less than 1% and no seats) 107,217 2.58
0 / 24
1
Valid votes 4,022,000 96.92
Blank and invalid votes 127,756 3.08
Totals 4,149,756 100.00
24 / 24
0
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 8,121,564 51.10 21.32
Source: Comissão Nacional de Eleições
* = The Socialist Party list included 1 MP elected by the Democratic Renewal Party.
Vote share
PSD
  
32.75%
PS
  
28.54%
CDU
  
14.41%
CDS
  
14.16%
PPM
  
2.03%
MDP
  
1.37%
UDP
  
1.09%
Others
  
2.59%
Blank/Invalides
  
3.08%

See also

References

  1. ^ Comissão Nacional de Eleições - Deputados

External links

  • Results according to the Portuguese Electoral Commission of the 18 June 1989 election of the 24 delegates from Portugal to the European Parliament
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