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Belgian regional elections, 1999

Belgium • Regional elections • 1999

13 June 1999

Regional elections were held in Belgium, to choose representatives in the regional councils of Flanders, Wallonia, Brussels and the German-speaking Community on 13 June 1999. The regional elections were held on the same day as the European elections and the federal elections.

Contents

  • Flemish Parliament 1
  • Walloon Regional Parliament 2
  • Brussels Regional Parliament 3
  • Council of the German-speaking Community 4
  • External links 5

Flemish Parliament

Walloon Regional Parliament

Brussels Regional Parliament

Party/Alliance Votes % +/− Seats +/−
  PRL-FDF 146,845 34.41% −0.57% 27 −1
  Ecolo 77,969 18.27% +9.24% 14 +7
  PS 68,307 16.01% −5.39% 13 −4
  PSC 33,815 7.92% −1.34% 6 −1
  Vlaams Blok 19,310 4.52% +1.49% 4 +2
  CVP 14,284 3.35% +0.06% 3 0
  VLD-VU-O 13,729 3.22% −0.84% 2 −1
  SP-Agalev 13,223 3.10% −0.26% 2 0
  FN 11,204 2.63% −4.83% 2 −4
  Vivant 6,431 1.51% +1.51% 1 +1
  FNB 5,528 1.30% +1.30% 1 +1
  All Others 16,096 3.77% -- 0 0

Council of the German-speaking Community

Party/Alliance Votes % +/− Seats +/−
  CSP 12,822 34.78% −1.15% 9 −1
  PFF 7,860 21.32% +1.43% 6 +1
  SP 5,519 14.97% −1.12% 4 0
  PJU-PDB 4,739 12.86% −0.78% 3 0
  Ecolo 4,694 12.73% −1.12% 3 0
  Vivant 1,228 3.33% +3.33% 0 0


External links

  • Belgian government election database
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