European Parliament election, 1984 (Belgium)

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Belgium, European Parliament election, 1984
Belgium
1979 ←
14–17 June 1984 → 1989

24 seats to the European Parliament
  First party Second party
  Leo Tindemans (2006) cropped.jpg Karel Van Miert.jpg
Leader Leo Tindemans Karel Van Miert
Party CVP sp.a
Alliance EPP PES
Last election 7 seats, 29.54% 3 seats, 12.84%
Seats won 4 4
Seat change Decrease 3 Increase 1
Popular vote 1,132,682 979,702
Percentage 19.80% 17.12%
Swing Decrease 9.74% Increase 4.28%

  Third party Fourth party
  No image.svg No image.svg
Leader Ernest Glinne Daniel Ducarme
Party PS PRL
Alliance PES ALDE
Last election 4 seats, 10.58% 2 seats, 6.85%
Seats won 5 3
Seat change Increase 1 Increase 1
Popular vote 762,293 540,610
Percentage 13.32% 9.54%
Swing Increase 2.74% Increase 2.69%

Elections to the European Parliament were held in Belgium on June 17, 1984. The Dutch-speaking electoral college elected 13 MEPs and the French-speaking electoral college elected 11 MEPs.

Dutch-speaking electoral college[edit]

Party/Alliance Votes  % +/− Seats +/−
  CVP 1,132,682 32.53% −15.56% 4 −3
  SP 979,702 28.13% +7.23% 4 +1
  PVV 494,277 14.19% −1.13% 2 0
  VU 484,494 13.91% +4.20% 2 +1
  Agalev 246,712 7.08% +4.75% 1 +1
  Vlaams Blok 73,174 2.10% +2.10% 0 0
  All Others 71,239 2.05% 0 0

French-speaking electoral college[edit]

Party/Alliance Votes  % +/− Seats +/−
  PS 762,293 34.04% +6.61% 5 +1
  PRL 540,610 24.14% +6.38% 3 +1
  PSC 436,108 19.47% −1.77% 2 −1
  Ecolo 220,663 9.85% +4.71% 1 +1
  FDF-CFE 142,879 6.38% −13.37% 0 −2
  All Others 137,061 6.12% 0 0