European Parliament Election, 2004 (Luxembourg)

The European Parliament election of 2004 in Luxembourg was the election of MEP representing Luxembourg constituency for the 2004-2009 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 2004 European election. It was held on June 13, 2004. The national parliamentary elections took place simultaneously.

The ruling Christian Social People's Party polled strongly, while the opposition Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party lost ground.


List # Party European Party Existing
1 Alternative Democratic Reform Party (ADR) Alliance for Europe of the Nations 0
2 Democratic Party (DP) Liberal Democrat and Reform Party 1
3 Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (LSAP) Party of European Socialists 2
4 The Greens European Green Party 1
5 Christian Social People's Party (CSV) European People's Party 2
6 The Left European Left 0
7 Communist Party (KPL) 0


Template:Luxembourgian European election, 2004

Registered voters: 229,550
Votes cast: 208,436 (90.8% turnout)
Valid votes: 1,081,475

The Luxembourg electoral system allows each voter to cast as many votes as there are members to be elected. These figures show the number of votes cast for each party, not the number of voters who cast them. Voting at European Parliament elections is obligatory (as is the case with all other kinds of elections in the country).

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