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European Parliament election, 2014 (Luxembourg)

These are the MEPs for Luxembourg elected in the 2014 European elections.

Flag of Europe Election to the European Parliament 2014[1]
Parti Group Voix +/- Sièges +/-
Christian Social People's Party EPP 37.65% +6.29 3 =
The Greens Greens/EFA 15.01% -1.82 1 =
Democratic Party ALDE 14.77% -3.89 1 =
Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party S&D 11.75% -7.73 1 =
Alternative Democratic Reform Party ECR 7.53% +0.14% 0 =
The Left 5.76% +2.39 0 =
Communist Party 1.49% -0.05 0 =
Pirate Party Luxembourg 4.23% N/A 0 N/A
Party for Full Democracy 1.82% N/A 0 N/A

References

  1. ^ http://europa.verkiezingen.parool.nl/uitslag/resultaten.html

Sources

  • http://www.gouvernement.lu/3745965/25-elections-europennes
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