South-East France (European Parliament constituency)

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South-East France
European Parliament constituency
Map of the 2014 European Parliament constituencies with South-East France highlighted in red
Location among the 2014 constituencies
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Shown within France
Member state France
Created 2004
MEPs 13
Sources
[1][2][3]

In European elections, South-East France is a constituency of the European Parliament. It consists of the regions of Corsica, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur and the former region Rhône-Alpes (now part of region Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes).

Results

Brackets indicate the number of votes per seat won.

2009

European Election 2009: South-East[1]
List Candidates Votes % ±
UMP Françoise Grossetête
Damien Abad
Dominique Vlasto
Gaston Franco
Nora Berra
862,556 (172,511.2) 29.34 +11.63
EE Michèle Rivasi
François Alfonsi
Malika Benarab-Attou
537,151 (179,050.3) 18.27 +10.27
PS Vincent Peillon
Sylvie Guillaume
426,043 (213,021.5) 14.49 -14.13
FN Jean-Marie Le Pen 249,695 8.49 -3.69
MoDem Jean-Luc Bennahmias 216,630 7.37 -3.81
FG Marie-Christine Vergiat 170,074 6.15
NPA None 127,420 4.33
Libertas None 126,219 4.29
AEI None 110,109 3.75
DLR None 58,394 1.99
LO None 24,727 0.84
Résistances None 14,521 0.49
Europe Démocratie Espéranto None 4,286 0.15
Solidarité-Liberté, Justice et Paix None 4,270 0.15
Europe décroissance None 1,110 0.04
Liberal Alternative None 626 0.02
Union des gens None 617 0.02
AR None 606 0.02
Communists None 593 0.02
Pour une Europe utile None 354 0.01
La force de la non-violence None 136 0.00
Turnout 3,044,003 39.64

2004

European Election 2004: South-East
List Candidates Votes % ±
PS Michel Rocard
Marie-Arlette Carlotti
Guy Bono
Martine Roure
791,871 (197,967.75) 28.62
UMP Françoise Grossetête
Ari Vatanen
Dominique Vlasto
490,049 (163,349.67) 17.71
FN Jean-Marie Le Pen
Lydia Schenardi
336,899 (168,449.5) 12.18
UDF Thierry Cornillet
Claire Gibault
326,796 (163,398) 11.81
LV Jean-Luc Bennahmias 221,332 8.00
MPF Patrick Louis 170,074 6.15
PCF None 140,097 5.06
EXG None 65,630 2.37
RPF None 60,124 2.17
CPNT None 49,871 1.80
La France d'en bas None 45,314 1.64
Rassemblement des Contribuables Français None 24,049 0.87
MNR None 18,437 0.67
Workers' Party None 16,635 0.60
Vivre mieux avec l'Europe None 3,896 0.14
Eŭropo Demokratio Esperanto None 2,528 0.09
Alliance pour la Liberté des Peuples d'Europe None 1,155 0.04
Diversité pour l'Europe None 936 0.03
AR None 432 0.02
Parti Fédéraliste None 212 0.01
France Unie None 35 0.00
Pôle des Libertés None 35 0.00
Turnout 2,766,407 40.37

References

  1. ^ http://elections.interieur.gouv.fr/05/05.html

External links

  • European Election News by European Election Law Association (Eurela)
  • French Interior Ministry results website (fr)
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