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European Parliament election, 2004 (Slovakia)

 

European Parliament election, 2004 (Slovakia)

Slovakia European Parliament election, 2004

13 June 2004
14 seats to the European Parliament

The European Parliament election of 2004 in Slovakia was the election of MEP representing Slovakia constituency for the 2004-2009 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 2004 European election. The vote took place on June 13. The turnout was lowest of any country in the European Union. Support evenly distributed among five parties.

Results

 Summary of the results of Slovakia's 13 June 2004 election to the European Parliament
National party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Democratic and Christian Union (SDKÚ) EPP Peter Šťastný 119,954 17.09
3 / 14
People's Party – Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (ĽS–HZDS) None Sergej Kozlík 119,582 17.04
3 / 14
Direction – Social Democracy (SMER) PES Monika Beňová 118,535 16.89
3 / 14
Christian Democratic Movement (KDH) EPP Anna Záborská 113,655 16.19
3 / 14
Party of the Hungarian Coalition (SMK-MKP) EPP Edit Bauer 92,927 13.24
2 / 14
Alliance of the New Citizen (ANO) None 32,653 4.65
0 / 14
Communist Party (KSS) PEL 31,908 4.54
0 / 14
Free Forum (SF) ELDR 22,804 3.25
0 / 14
National Party (SNS) + True National Party (PSNS) None 14,150 2.01
0 / 14
Movement for Democracy (HZD) + People's Union (LU) None 11,914 1.69
0 / 14
Civic Conservative Party (OKS) AECR 7,060 1.00
0 / 14
Others (parties and candidates that won less than 1% of the vote and no seats) 16,453 2.35
0 / 14
Valid votes 701,595 98.35
Blank and invalid votes 11,713 1.65
Totals ("number of returned envelopes") 713,308 100.00
14 / 14
Electorate (registered voters) and voter turnout 4,210,463 16.96
Source: Statistics.sk

Elected MPs

External links

  • Official results
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