European Parliament election, 2009 (Lithuania)

Lithuania European Parliament election, 2009

7 June 2009

12 seats to the European Parliament

The European Parliament election of 2009 in Lithuania was the election of the delegation from Lithuania to the European Parliament in 2009. It was a part of the wider 2009 European Parliament election. The Homeland Union (European Peoples Party) doubled their representation from 2 to 4, whilst Labour shrank from 5 to 1.

Results

 Summary of the results of Lithuania's 7 June 2009 election to the European Parliament
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Party European party Main candidate Votes % +/– Seats +/–
Homeland Union – Christian Democrats (TS–LKD) EPP Vytautas Landsbergis 147,756 26.16 4 2
Social Democratic Party of Lithuania (LSDP) PES Vilija Blinkevičiūtė 102,347 18.12 3 1
Order and Justice (TT) None Rolandas Paksas 67,237 11.90 2 1
Labour Party (DP) ELDR Viktor Uspaskich 48,368 8.56 1 4
Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania (AWPL) AECR Valdemar Tomaševski 46,293 8.20 1 1
Liberal Movement (LS) Leonidas Donskis 40,502 7.17 1 1
Liberal and Centre Union (LiCS) ELDR Artūras Zuokas 19,105 3.38 0 2
Centre Party (LCP) None Ona Juknevičienė 17,004 3.01 0 0
Christian Conservative Social Union (KKSS) Gediminas Vagnorius 16,108 2.85 0 0
Front Party (FRONTAS) None Algirdas Paleckis 13,341 2.36 0 0
Peasant Popular Union (VNDS) AEN Gintaras Didžiokas 10,285 1.82 0 1
Civic Democratic Party (PDP) None Eugenijus Maldeikis 7,425 1.31 0 0
Samogitian Party (ZP) None Egidijus Skarbalius 6,961 1.23 0 0
National Resurrection Party (TPP) None Saulius Stoma 5,717 1.01 0 0
National Party Lithuanian Way 1,568 0.28 0 0
Valid votes 550.017 97.38
Blank and invalid votes 14.786 2.62
Totals 564.803 100.00 12 1
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 2,692,397 20.98 27.40
Source: Lithuanian Central Electoral Commission

15 political parties were competing in the elections, of which 6 won seats.[1] Lithuania has 12 seats in the European Parliament.

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