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European Parliament election, 2004 (Czech Republic)

The European Parliament election of 2004 in the Czech Republic was the election of MEPs representing Czech Republic constituency for the 2004–2009 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 2004 European election.

These were first European elections after the EU accession and hence the first to be held in the Czech Republic. They took place on 11 and 12 June 2004. On a very low turnout, the ruling Czech Social Democratic Party suffered a heavy defeat, losing ground to both the conservative Civic Democratic Party and the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia. Debacle of his party was one of reasons for resignation of Prime Minister Vladimír Špidla.

Results

 Summary of the results of the Czech Republic's June 2004 election to the European Parliament
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Civic Democratic Party (ODS) 700,942 30.04 9
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia (KSČM) 472,862 20.26 6
SNK European Democrats (SNK ED) 257,278 11.02 3
Christian and Democratic Union – People's Party (KDU–ČSL) 223,383 9.57 2
Social Democratic Party (ČSSD) 204,903 8.78 2
Independent Democrats (NEZDEM) 191,025 8.18 2
Green Party (SZ) 73,932 3.16 0
Union Liberal Democrats (US–DEU + ODA + CZ + LIRA) 39,655 1.69 0
Right Block (PB) 27,504 1.17 0
Valid votes 2,332,862 99.51
Blank and invalid votes 13,148 0.49
Totals 2,346,010 100.00 24
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 8,283,485 28.32
Source: Czech Statistical Office

External links

  • Detailed official results (in English); note that the numbers differ by a few votes from those given here as they were apparently corrected later
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