European Parliament election, 2004 (Sicily)

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The European Parliament election of 2004 took place on 12 -13 June 2004.

The Olive Tree was the most voted list in Sicily with 28.6%, followed by Forza Italia (21.5%), National Alliance (14.5%) and the Union of Christian and Centre Democrats (14.0%). Raffaele Lombardo, who was elected to the European Parliament for the Christian Democrats, left that party in 2005 to launch the Movement for Autonomy, which would have become a stable political force in the region.

Results[edit]

Parties votes votes (%)
The Olive Tree 646,267 28.6
Forza Italia 486,080 21.5
National Alliance 328,697 14.5
Union of Christian and Centre Democrats 315,818 14.0
Communist Refoundation Party 82,054 3.6
UDEUR Populars 61,364 2.7
Italy of Values–Civil Society–Occhetto 42,002 1.9
Socialists United for EuropeNPSI 39,942 1.8
Federation of the Greens 38,671 1.7
Party of Italian Communists 38,187 1.7
Bonino ListItalian Radicals 32,027 1.4
Social Alternative 28,849 1.3
Christian Democracy[1] 24,726 1.1
Consumers' List 24,233 1.1
Italian Republican PartySgarbi Liberals 22,417 1.0
Others 49,048 3.2
Total 2,260,382 100.0

Source: Ministry of the Interior

  1. ^ Under the banner of New Country.