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European Parliament election, 1999 (Portugal)

 

European Parliament election, 1999 (Portugal)

Portugal European Parliament election, 1999

13 June 1999
25 seats to the European Parliament
Turnout 39.9%

The European Parliament election of 1999 in Portugal was the election of MEP representing Portugal constituency for the 1999-2004 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 1999 European election. In Portugal the election was held on 13 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 first most voted party in each district (Azores and Madeira are not shown)
 Summary of the results of Portugal's 13 June 1999 election to the European Parliament
• •
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Socialist Party (PS) PES Mário Soares 1,493,146 43.07 8.20 Increase
12 / 25
2 Increase
Social Democratic Party (PSD) EPP José Pacheco Pereira 1,078,528 31.11 3.28 Decrease
9 / 25
0 Steady
Democratic Unitarian Coalition (CDU) GUE/NGL



Ilda Figueiredo



357,671



10.32



0.87 Decrease



2 / 25
Communist Party (PCP)
2 / 25
1 Decrease
Ecologist Party (PEV)
0 / 25
0 Steady
People's Party (CDS–PP) UFE Paulo Portas 283,067 8.16 4.29 Decrease
2 / 25
1 Decrease
Left Bloc (BE) None Miguel Portas 61,920 1.79 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
Others (parties or candidates that won less than 1% of the vote and no seats) 79,619 2.30
0 / 25
0 Steady
Valid votes 3,353,951 96.74
Blank and invalid votes 113,134 3.26
Totals 3,467,085 100.00
25 / 25
0 Steady
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 8,681,854 39.93 4.39 Increase
Source: Comissão Nacional de Eleições
Vote share
PS
  
43.07%
PSD
  
31.11%
CDU
  
10.32%
CDS-PP
  
8.16%
BE
  
1.79%
PCTP/MRPP
  
0.88%
Others
  
1.43%
Blank/Invalides
  
3.27%

References

  1. ^ Comissão Nacional de Eleições - Deputados

See also

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