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European Parliament election, 1999 (Sweden)

The European Parliament election of 1999 in Sweden was the election of MEP representing Sweden constituency for the 1999-2004 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 1999 European election. The vote took place on 13 June.

Results

The map shows which European party group received the most votes in each municipality
 Summary of the results of Sweden's 13 June 1999 election to the European Parliament
• •
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
  Social Democratic Party (S) Pierre Schori 657,497 25.99 2.07
6 / 22
1
  Moderate Party (M) Staffan Burenstam Linder 524,755 20.75 2.42
5 / 22
0
  Left Party (V) Jonas Sjöstedt 400,073 15.82 2.90
3 / 22
0
  Liberal People's Party (FP) Marit Paulsen 350,339 13.85 9.03
3 / 22
2
  Environmental Party (MP) Per Gahrton 239,946 9.49 7.73
2 / 22
2
  Christian Democrats (KD) Anders Wijkman 193,354 7.64 3.72
2 / 22
2
  Centre Party (C) Karl Olsson 151,442 5.99 1.17
1 / 22
1
Others (parties that won less than 1% of the vote and no seats) 12,031 0.5
0 / 22
Valid votes 2,529,437 97.72
Blank and invalid votes 59,077 2.28
Totals 2,588,514 100.00
22 / 22
0
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 6,664,205 38.84 2.79

External links

  • European Election News by European Election Law Association (Eurela)
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