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