European Parliament Election, 2004 (Slovenia)

Slovenia European Parliament election, 2004
Slovenia
13 June 2004
→ 2009
7 seats to the European Parliament

The European Parliament election of 2004 in Slovenia was the election of MEP representing Slovenia 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 biggest surprise was the victory of the New Slovenia – Christian People's Party over the Liberal Democracy of Slovenia and the defeat of the Slovene People's Party, which did not win a seat. The parties on the right of centre that form the opposition in the Slovenian national parliament won this election.

Results

e • d Summary of the results of Slovenia's 13 June 2004 election to the European Parliament
20042009 →
National party European party Main candidate Votes  % +/– Seats +/–
style="background-color: Template:New Slovenia/meta/color" width=5px| New Slovenia (NSi) EPP 102,753 23.57 2
Liberal Democracy (LDS) – Democratic Party of Retired People (DeSUS) 95,489 21.91 2
Democratic Party (SDS) EPP 76,945 17.65 2
United List of Social-Democrats (ZLSD) PES 61,672 14.15 1
People's Party (SLS) 36,662 8.41 0
National Party (SNS) None 21,883 5.02 0
Slovenia is Ours (SJN) None 17,930 4.11 0
Youth Party (SMS) – Greens (ZS) EGP 10,027 2.30 0
Voice of Slovenian Women (GS) 5,249 1.20 0
Others (parties and candidates that won less than 1% of the vote and no seats) 7,259 1.7 0
Valid votes 435,869 94.37
Blank and invalid votes 26,010 5.63
Totals 461,879 100.00 7
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 1,628,918 28.35
Source: Volitve.gov.si
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