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European Parliament election, 2004 (Aosta Valley)

The European Parliament election of 2004 took place on 12 -13 June 2004. The Valdostan Union was the most voted party in Aosta Valley.

Results

Parties votes votes (%)
Valdostan Union–others 21,157 37.6
Forza Italia 9,569 17.0
The Olive Tree 7,639 13.6
National Alliance 2,882 5.1
Communist Refoundation Party 2,398 4.3
Federation of the Greens 2,180 3.9
Lega Nord 1,661 3.0
Bonino List 1,425 2.5
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 1,285 2.3
United Socialists for Europe 885 1.6
Party of Italian Communists 843 1.5
Social Alternative 835 1.5
Italy of Values–Civil Society–Occhetto 800 1.4
Pensioners' Party 629 1.1
Consumers' List 594 1.1
Others 1,554 2.8
Total 56,336 100.0

Source: Ministry of the Interior


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