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Elections to the European Parliament were held from June 10, 2004 to June 13, 2004 in the 25 member states of the European Union, using varying election days according to local custom. Votes were counted as the polls closed, but results were not announced until 13 June and 14 so results from one country would not influence voters in another where polls were still open; however, the Netherlands, voting on Thursday 10, announced nearly-complete provisional results as soon as they were counted, on the evening of its election day, a move heavily criticized by the European Commission. The Treaty of Maastricht which established the European Union, divided EU policies into three main areas, called pillars. ... The European Community (EC), most important of two European Communities, was originally founded on March 25, 1957 by the signing of the Treaty of Rome under the name of European Economic Community. ... 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Approximately 343,657,800 people were eligible to vote, the second-largest democratic electorate in the world after India. It was the biggest transnational direct election in history, and the 10 new member states elected MEPs for the first time. The new Parliament consists of 732 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs). Voting was in most cases by proportional voting for party lists, using the D'Hondt method for calculating the number of seats to be allocated to each party's candidate list. The Republic of Ireland and Malta used the Single Transferable Vote (STV) instead. In Italy open lists are used. In the United Kingdom, closed lists are used in England, Wales and Scotland but STV is used in Northern Ireland. The European Union (EU) was created by six founding states in 1958 (following the earlier establishment by the same six states of the European Coal and Steel Community in 1952) and has grown to 27 member states. ... A Member of the European Parliament (English abbreviation MEP)[1] is a member of the European Unions directly-elected legislative body, the European Parliament. ... Party-list proportional representation systems are a family of voting systems used in multiple-winner elections (e. ... The DHondt method (equivalent to Jeffersons method) is a highest averages method for allocating seats in party-list proportional representation. ... This STV ballot for the Australian Senate illustrates group voting tickets. ... Open list describes any variant of party-list proportional representation where voters have at least some influence on the (by the political party itself supplied) order in which party candidates are elected. ... Closed list describes the variant of party_list proportional representation where voters can (effectively) only vote for political parties as a whole and thus have no influence on the (party-supplied) order in which party candidates are elected. ... Motto (French) God and my right Anthem God Save the King (Queen) England() – on the European continent() – in the United Kingdom() Capital (and largest city) London (de facto) Official languages English (de facto) Government Constitutional monarchy  -  Queen Queen Elizabeth II  -  Prime Minister Tony Blair MP Unification  -  by Athelstan 967  Area... This article is about the country. ... Motto (Latin) No one provokes me with impunity Wha daur meddle wi me?(Scots)1 Anthem (Multiple unofficial anthems) Scotlands location in Europe Capital Edinburgh Largest city Glasgow Official languages English, Gaelic, Scots3 Government Constitutional monarchy  -  Queen Queen Elizabeth II  -  Prime Minister Tony Blair MP  -  First Minister Jack McConnell... Anthem: UK: God Save the Queen Regional: (de facto) Londonderry Air Capital Belfast Largest city Belfast Official languages English (de facto), Irish, Ulster Scots 3, BSL, NISL, ISL Government Constitutional monarchy  - Queen Queen Elizabeth II  - Prime Minister of the UK Tony Blair MP  - First Minister Ian Paisley  - Deputy First Minister...


Results overall show a general defeat of governing parties and an increase in representatives from eurosceptic parties. However, the balance of power in the Parliament remains similar despite the 10 new member states. Euroscepticism is scepticism about, or disagreement with, the purposes of the European Union, sometimes coupled with a desire to preserve national sovereignty. ...

Contents

Election dates

Voting
Days
Thursday
10 June
Netherlands, United Kingdom
Friday
11 June
Czech Republic, Ireland
Saturday
12 June
Czech Republic, Italy, Latvia, Malta
Sunday
13 June
Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark,
Estonia, Finland, France, Germany,
Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania,
Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal,
Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden

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Results

At a glance

original groupings EPPED PES ELDR Greens/ EFA EUL/ NGL UEN EDD others6 total
before 2004 enlargement 232 175 52 45 49 23 17 32 625
after 2004 enlargement; outgoing 295
(37.4%)
232
(29.4%)
67
(8.5%)
47
(6.0%)
55
(7.0%)
30
(3.8%)
18
(2.3%)
44
(5.6%)
788 (100%)
immediately after election 277
(37.8%)
198
(27.0%)
68
(9.4%)
38
(5.2%)
39
(5.3%)
27
(3.7%)
15
(2.0%)
70
(9.6%)
732 (100%)
difference -18
(+0.4%)
-34
(-2.4%)
+1
(+0.9%)
-9
(-0.8%)
-16
(-1.7%)
-3
(-0.1%)
-3
(-0.3%)
+26
(+4.0%)
-56
after grouping shuffle (20 July, first day reconvening) 268 199 88 42 41 27 33 33 731
new groupings EPPED PES ALDE Greens/ EFA EUL/ NGL UEN ID N.I. total

(source: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]) The European Peoples Party (EPP) is the largest European political party. ... For other uses, see European Democrats (disambiguation). ... The Party of European Socialists (PES) is a European political party whose members are 33 social democratic, socialist and labour parties of the European Union member states as well as Norway. ... The European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party aisbl (founded 1993) is a liberal party, active in the European Union, uniting liberal and centrist parties around Europe which together represent more than 20 million European voters and is an international non-profit association incorporated under the laws of Belgium. ... European Greens is the name of the European Green Party, a political party at European level. ... The European Free Alliance (EFA) is a grouping of various political parties in Europe who believe in either full political independence (statehood), or some form of devolution or self-government for their country or region. ... GUE-NGL logo The European United Left–Nordic Green Left is a socialist and communist political grouping within the European Parliament. ... UEN logo The Union for Europe of the Nations is a nationalist and (mostly) euro-sceptic party grouping with seats in the European Parliament. ... Europe of Democracies and Diversities was a euro-sceptic political group with seats in the European Parliament between 1999 and 2004. ... July 20 is the 201st day (202nd in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian calendar, with 164 days remaining. ... The European Peoples Party (EPP) is the largest European political party. ... For other uses, see European Democrats (disambiguation). ... The Party of European Socialists (PES) is a European political party whose members are 33 social democratic, socialist and labour parties of the European Union member states as well as Norway. ... ALDE logo The Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (French: Alliance des Démocrates et des Libéraux pour lEurope) is a Group in the European Parliament. ... European Greens is the name of the European Green Party, a political party at European level. ... The European Free Alliance (EFA) is a grouping of various political parties in Europe who believe in either full political independence (statehood), or some form of devolution or self-government for their country or region. ... GUE-NGL logo The European United Left–Nordic Green Left is a socialist and communist political grouping within the European Parliament. ... UEN logo The Union for Europe of the Nations is a nationalist and (mostly) euro-sceptic party grouping with seats in the European Parliament. ... IND/DEM logo The Independence and Democracy (IND/DEM) group, formed July 20, 2004 is a euro-sceptic political group with 36 MEPs in the European Parliament. ... Non-Inscrits (English: Non-Attached; the English name is also official, but the French name is prevalent even in English texts) are Members of the European Parliament who do not sit in one of the political groups. ...


Vote summary by EU Party (2004 actual result)

Registered voters: 353,460,958 (est.)
Votes cast: 154,317,718 (43.66%) (est.)
Total seats: 732


Notes on accuracy:

  • These estimated voting figures figures, using the believed configurations of EU groupings at the time of the 2004 elections, have been compiled by totalling national party figures, using official results where they are available.
  • Where national lists are alliances between more than one political party, attempts have been made to divide that list proportionally, using preferential voting totals where available and, in other circumstances, dividing vote totals equally between candidates (if party membership available) or the MEPs elected (if not).
European Parliament Election 2004: Estimated Summary Results
Parliamentary Grouping Votes % Votes Seats +/-
Party / Subgroup
Group of the European People's Party and the European Democrats (EPP-ED)
Composed of:
52,534,612 34.0% 277 -
European People's Party 44,670,810 28.9% 227 -
European Democrats 5,189,196 3.4% 37 -
Associated Independents 2,674,606 1.7% 13 -
Group of the Party of European Socialists (PES)
Composed of:
37,271,453 24.1% 198 -
Party of European Socialists 36,716,593 23.8% 193 -
Associated Independents 554,860 0.4% 5 -
Group of the European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party (ELDR)
Composed of:
13,732,594 8.9% 66 -
European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party 10,835,213 7.0% 59 -
Associated Independents 2,897,381 1.9% 7 -
Group of the European United Left and Nordic Green Left (EUL/NGL)
Composed of:
9,999,413 6.5% 41 -
Party of the European Left 5,512,904 3.6% 17 -
Nordic Green Left Alliance1 623,401 0.4% 4 -
European Anticapitalist Left2 529,782 0.3% 0 -
Associated Independents 3,333,327 2.2% 20 -
Group of the Greens and the European Free Alliance (G/EFA)
Composed of:
9,742,287 6.3% 40 -
European Green Party 8,290,609 5.4% 33 -
European Free Alliance 946,834 0.6% 4 -
Associated Independents 504,844 0.3% 3 -
Union for Europe of the Nations Group (UEN) 6,141,614 4.0% 27 -
Group for a Europe of Democracies and Diversities (EDD)
Composed of:
3,611,803 2.3% 15 -
European Christian Political Movement3 341,895 0.2% 1 -
Associated Independents 3,269,908 2.1% 14 -
Non-Inscrits/Non-Affiliated (NI)
Composed of:
13,745,847 8.9% 68 -
Parties that failed to win representation
Composed of:
7,094,142 4.6% 0 -
European National Front 97,156 0.1% 0 -
Europe – Democracy – Esperanto 25,067 <0.05% 0 -
Other Independents 6,971,919 4.5% 0 -
Total 154,317,718 732

Notes
1. The figures for the Nordic Green Left Alliance and the European Anticapitalist Left include only those members that are not full members of the Party of the European Left.
2. See above.
3. The figures for the European Christian Political Movement exclude a number of members who hold concurrent membership of the European Peoples Party.
EPP-ED logo The European Peoples Party - European Democrats is a group in the European Parliament. ... The European Peoples Party (EPP) is the largest European political party. ... For other uses, see European Democrats (disambiguation). ... The Party of European Socialists (PES) is a European political party whose members are 33 social democratic, socialist and labour parties of the European Union member states as well as Norway. ... The Party of European Socialists (PES) is a European political party whose members are 33 social democratic, socialist and labour parties of the European Union member states as well as Norway. ... The European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party (founded in 1993) is a liberal party, mainly active in the European Union, composed of 49 national liberal and centrist parties from across Europe. ... The European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party (founded in 1993) is a liberal party, mainly active in the European Union, composed of 49 national liberal and centrist parties from across Europe. ... The European United Left&#8211;Nordic Green Left is a socialist and communist political grouping within the European Parliament. ... The European Left party is a political party at European level and an association of socialist and communist political parties in the European Union. ... The Nordic Green Left Alliance (NGLA) is a green and socialist political party at the European level founded in Reykjavík on February 1, 2004. ... The European Anti Capitalist Left (EACL) is an informal network for European anticapitalist left wing parties with a certain representativeness. ... Logo of the European Federation of Green Parties - EFA The European Greens – European Free Alliance (The Greens - European Free Alliance; Greens - EFA; French: Le Groupe Verts - Alliance libre européenne; Les Verts - ALE, German Fraktion der Grünen/Freie Europäische Allianz) is one of the parliamentary groups in the... European Greens (or the European Green Party) is the name of the European Green Party, a political party at European level. ... The European Free Alliance (EFA) is a grouping of various political parties in Europe who believe in either full political independence (statehood), or some form of devolution or self-government for their country or region. ... UEN logo The Union for Europe of the Nations is a nationalist and (mostly) euro-sceptic party grouping with seats in the European Parliament. ... Europe of Democracies and Diversities was a euro-sceptic political group with seats in the European Parliament between 1999 and 2004. ... The European Christian Political Movement (ECPM) is an European political association for reflection and working on Christian-democratic politics in Europe from an explicit Christian Social view. ... Non-Inscrits (English: Non-Attached; the English name is also official, but the French name is prevalent even in English texts) are Members of the European Parliament who do not sit in one of the political groups. ... European National Front is a coordinating structure of European far-right nationalist movements. ... Europe – Democracy – Esperanto or E° D° E° (EDE) (in Esperanto: EÅ­ropo – Demokratio – Esperanto) is an electoral list, which participates in the European elections. ... The Nordic Green Left Alliance (NGLA) is a green and socialist political party at the European level founded in Reykjavík on February 1, 2004. ... The European Anti Capitalist Left (EACL) is an informal network for European anticapitalist left wing parties with a certain representativeness. ... The European Left party is a political party at European level and an association of socialist and communist political parties in the European Union. ... The European Christian Political Movement (ECPM) is an European political association for reflection and working on Christian-democratic politics in Europe from an explicit Christian Social view. ... Logo of the European Peoples Party The European Peoples Party is a Christian democrat-conservative political party at European level founded in 1976. ...


Vote summary by EU Party (2007 notional result)

These figures estimate 'notional' voting figures based on changes in the configuration of EU political groupings since the 2004 elections and the accession of Bulgaria and Romania. Their purpose is to better estimate the position which the groups will have to defend for the next European Parliament election.


These figures incorporate the results of the 2004 Romanian Chamber of Deputies election and the 2005 Bulgarian National Assembly election, on which the distribution of Bulgarian and Romanian MEPs is temporarily based. These figures will consequentially change after the 2007 European Parliament elections in those countries. 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Romania elects on a national level a head of state - the president - and a legislature. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Elections in Bulgaria gives information on election and election results in Bulgaria. ... In early 2007, Bulgaria and Romania will elect their members of the European Parliament for the first time. ...


As of 8 January 2007 (including ITS group): For other uses, see 8 (disambiguation). ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the Anno Domini era. ... Identity, Tradition and Sovereignty is a political group in the European Parliament composed of twenty MEPs from European parties variously described as far right and extreme nationalist. ...


Registered voters: 378,106,633 (est.)
Votes cast: 168,317,718 (44.49%) (est.)
Total seats: 785 (+53)

European Parliament Election 2004: Estimated Notional Results, January 2007
Parliamentary Grouping Votes % Votes +/- Seats +/-
Party / Subgroup
Group of the European People's Party and the European Democrats (EPP-ED)
Composed of:
52,567,771 34.1% -2.9% 277 0
European People's Party 46,183,932 27.5% -1.7% 232 +5
European Democrats (part1) 5,628,052 3.3% -0.1% 39 +2
Associated Independents 755,786 1.6% -1.2% 6 -7
Group of the Party of European Socialists (PES)
Composed of:
43,327,099 25.8% +0.7% 218 +20
Party of European Socialists 41,598,383 24.7% +0.1% 193 +18
Associated Independents 1,728,716 1.0% +0.7% 7 +2
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE)
Composed of:
21,375,247 12.7% +4.3% 106 +40
European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party 14,106,116 8.4% +1.7% 76 +17
European Democratic Party 6,037,453 3.6% 25
Associated Independents 1,231,678 0.7% -1.0% 5 -2
Group of the Greens and the European Free Alliance (G/EFA)
Composed of:
10,182,153 6.1% -0.2% 42 2
European Green Party 8,457,969 5.0% -0.4% 33 0
European Free Alliance 1,277,042 0.8% +0.2% 6 +2
Platform for Transparency (Paul van Buitenen) 174,578 0.1% 1
Associated Independents 272,564 0.2% -0.1% 2 -1
Group of the European United Left and Nordic Green Left (EUL/NGL)
Composed of:
9,873,587 5.9% -0.6% 41 0
Party of the European Left 6,842,489 4.1% +0.5% 28 +10
Nordic Green Left Alliance 2 623,401 0.4% -0.0% 4 0
European Anticapitalist Left 3 345,962 0.2% -0.0% 0 0
Associated Independents 2,061,735 1.2% -1.0% 9 -10
Union for Europe of the Nations Group (UEN)
Composed of:
8,934,925 5.3% +1.4% 44 +17
Alliance for Europe of the Nations 5,457,115 3.2% 26
EUDemocrats (part4) 547,318 0.3% 5
Associated Independents 2,980,491 1.8% -2.2% 13 -14
Identity, Tradition and Sovereignty Group (ITS)
Composed of:
6,135,671 3.6% 20
Euronat8 5,465,545 3.2% 17
Platform for Transparency (Ashley Mote) 215,556 0.1% 1
Associated Independents 454,570 0.3% 2
Group for Independence and Democracy (IND/DEM)
Composed of:
5,265,991 3.1% +0.8% 23 +8
Alliance of Independent Democrats in Europe(part5) 1,687,718 1.0% 7
European Christian Political Movement6 341,895 0.2% -0.0% 1 0
EUDemocrats (part7) 294,887 0.2% 2
Associated Independents 2,941,491 1.7% -0.4% 13 -1
Non-Inscrits/Non-Affiliated (NI)
Composed of:
10,218,366 6.1% -7.4% 14 -54
Platform for Transparency (Hans-Peter Martin) 262,272 0.2% 1
European Democrats (Roger Helmer) 185,681 0.1% 1
Alliance of Independent Democrats in Europe (Jim Allister) 175,761 0.1% 1
Other Independents 1,658,374 1.0% -7.9% 11 -57
Parties that failed to win representation
Composed of:
8,107,746 4.8% +0.3% 0 -
European National Front 266,636 0.2% +0.2% 0 0
Europe – Democracy – Esperanto 25,067 0.1% -0.0% 0 0
Other Independents 7,815,773 4.6% 0.1% 0 0
Total 168,222,513 785 53

Notes
1. Roger Helmer was expelled from the EPP-ED group in 2005, but retains the whip of the British Conservative Party.
2. The figures for the Nordic Green Left Alliance and the European Anticapitalist Left include only those members that are not full members of the Party of the European Left.
3. See above.
4. The EUDemocrats, while having a preference for the IND/DEM group, is currently split between UEN and IND/DEM.
5. In addition to the majority of AIDE MEPs which sit in the IND/DEM group, AIDE also includes Non-Inscrit MEP, Jim Allister, as an individual member.
6. The figures for the European Christian Political Movement exclude a number of members who hold concurrent membership of the European Peoples Party.
7. See 4 above.
8. These figures include parties listed on the Euronat page which appear to have links with Euronat short of full membership.
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National results

Party group
Country
EPPED PES ELDR Greens/
EFA
EUL/
NGL
UEN EDD others6 seats percentage of
parliament
turnout
Flag of Austria Austria (details) 6 7 - 2 - - - 2+1 18 2.5% 42.4%
Flag of Belgium Belgium (details) 4+1+1+1 4+3 3+2+1 1+1 - - - 3 24 3.3% 90.81%
Flag of Cyprus Cyprus (details) 2 - 1 - 2 - - 1 6 0.8% 71.19%
Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic (details) 9+2 2 - - 6 - - 5 24 3.3% 28.32%
Flag of Denmark Denmark (details) 1 5 3+1 1 1 1 1 1 14 1.9% 47.85%
Flag of Estonia Estonia (details) 1 3 1+1 - - - - - 6 0.8% 26.89%
Flag of Finland Finland (details) 4 3 4+1 1 1 - - - 14 1.9% 41.1%
Flag of France France (details) 17 31 11 6 3 - -3 7 78 10.7% 43.1%
Flag of Germany Germany (details) 40+9 23 7 13 7 - - - 99 13.5% 43.0%
Flag of Greece Greece (details) 11 8 - - 3+1 - - 1 24 3.3% 62.8%
Flag of Hungary Hungary (details) 12+1 9 2 - - - - - 24 3.3% 38.47%
Flag of Republic of Ireland Ireland (details) 5 1 -1 - 1 4 - 1+1 13 1.8% 61.0%
Flag of Italy Italy (details) 16+5+2
+1+1+1
12+2+2 5+2
+1+1+3
2 5+2 9 - 4+2+2
+1+1+1
78 10.7% 73.5%
Flag of Latvia Latvia (details) 2+1 - 1 1 - 4 - - 9 1.2% 41.23%
Flag of Lithuania Lithuania (details) 2+1 2 2+1 - - - - 5 13 1.8% 48.2%
Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg (details) 3 1 1 1 - - - - 6 0.8% 90.0%
Flag of Malta Malta (details) 2 3 - - - - - - 5 0.7% 82.37%
Flag of Netherlands Netherlands (details) 7 7 4+1 2 2 - 2 27 3.7% 39.1%
 Poland (details) 15+4 5+3 4 - - 7 - 10+6 54 7.4% 20.42%
Flag of Portugal Portugal (details) 7 12 - - 2 2 - 1 24 3.3% 38.7%
Flag of Slovakia Slovakia (details) 3+3+2 3 - - - - - 3 14 1.9% 16.96%
Flag of Slovenia Slovenia (details) 2+2 1 2 - - - - - 7 1.0% 28.25%
Flag of Spain Spain (details) 24 24 1+1 1+1+3 2 - - - 54 7.4% 45.1%
Flag of Sweden Sweden (details) 4+1 5 2+1 1 2 - - 3 19 2.6% 37.2%
Flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom (details) 27+1 19 12 2+1+2 1 - 12 1 78 10.7% 38.9%
total 277
37.8%
200
27.0%
68
9.3%
42
5.5%
41
5.3%
27
3.7%
15
2.0%
68
9.3%
732 100.0% 45.5%

1 Due to calculation used to determine number of seats awarded to a party, the percentage of the vote will not exactly match the number of seats
6Includes parties which belong to Non-Attached group as well as newly elected parties which have not yet been able to select their grouping. May include more than one party and seats obtained will not be directly comparable with the party results shown.
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Final results are also available from the official EU website.

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New parties in the 2004 election

Voting in the election, in the Netherlands

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Political group reshuffle after the 2004 election

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Other elections

a poster for the European Parliament election 2004 in Italy, showing party lists

The elections coincided with legislative elections in Luxembourg and presidential elections in Lithuania. They also coincided with local and regional elections in England and Wales, Irish local elections, regional elections in Belgium, local or regional elections in most of Italy, and state parliament elections in the German state of Thuringia. Download high resolution version (553x678, 61 KB)announcement of elections in Brunate (near Como), Italy, 2004-06-07. ... Download high resolution version (553x678, 61 KB)announcement of elections in Brunate (near Como), Italy, 2004-06-07. ... Legislative elections were held in Luxembourg on June 13, 2004. ... Presidential elections are being held in Lithuania in June 2004. ... Many elections in the United Kingdom took place on Super Thursday, June 10, 2004. ... Local elections were held in all the counties and county boroughs of Ireland on June 11, 2004, on the same day as the European elections. ... On June 13, 2004, regional elections were held in Belgium, to choose representatives in the regional councils of Flanders, Wallonia, and Brussels, as well as in the German Community Council. ... The Free State of Thuringia (German: Freistaat Thüringen) is located in central Germany and is considered one of the smaller of Germanys sixteen Bundesländer (federal states), with an area of 16,200 km² and 2. ...


See also

  • List of Members of the European Parliament 2004-2009

This is a List of Members of the European Parliament serving in the sixth term (2004-2009). ...

External links

Results

European Election information sites

  • Europe: Great Resource on the European Election 2004
  • Ireland: European Parliament Office in Ireland election information
  • UK: EuropeCounts.org.uk - Official UK European Elections Website
  • Information from the Finnish Justice Ministry on the election
  • attendance and voting records; software patents (see article software patent) and environment issues (see articles green/environment issues) collect data on how MEPs voted, in order that the electorate may have a better idea on how to vote on them.
  • European Election Studies www.europeanelectionstudies.net

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