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European Parliament election, 1994 (Belgium)

 

European Parliament election, 1994 (Belgium)

Belgium European Parliament election, 1994

12 June 1994
25 seats to the European Parliament

Elections to the European Parliament were held in Belgium on June 12, 1994. The Dutch-speaking electoral college elected 14 MEPs, the French-speaking electoral college elected 10 MEPs and the German-speaking electoral college elected 1 MEP.

Dutch-speaking electoral college

Party/Alliance Votes % +/− Seats +/−
  CVP 1,013,266 27.43% −6.65% 4 −1
  VLD 678,421 18.36% +1.26% 3 +1
  SP 651,371 17.63% −2.41% 3 0
  VB 463,919 12.56% +5.97% 2 +1
  Agalev 396,198 10.73% −1.47% 1 0
  VU 262,043 7.09% −1.61% 1 0
  WOW 127,504 3.45% +3.45% 0 0
  All Others 101,427 2.75% 0 0
  • All parties with more than 50,000 votes are listed.

French-speaking electoral college

Party/Alliance Votes % +/− Seats +/−
  PS 680,142 30.44% −7.69% 3 −2
  PRL-FDF 541,724 24.25% +1.52% 3 +1
  PSC 420,198 18.81% −2.47% 2 0
  Ecolo 290,859 13.02% −3.54% 1 −1
  FN 175,732 7.87% +7.87% 1 +1
  All Others 125,609 5.62% 0 0
  • All parties with more than 50,000 votes are listed.

German-speaking electoral college

Party/Alliance Votes % +/− Seats +/−
  CSP-EVP 11,999 31.29% 1
  PFF 7,690 20.06% 0
  PDB 5,945 15.51% 0
  Ecolo 5,714 14.90% 0
  SP 4,820 12.57% 0
  Juropa 1,969 5.14% 0
  PAB 205 0.53% 0
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