European Parliament election, 2004 (Sicily)
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.
|The Olive Tree||646,267||28.6|
|Union of Christian and Centre Democrats||315,818||14.0|
|Communist Refoundation Party||82,054||3.6|
|Popular Alliance – UDEUR||61,364||2.7|
|Italy of Values–Civil Society–Occhetto||42,002||1.9|
|United Socialists for Europe||39,942||1.8|
|Federation of the Greens||38,671||1.7|
|Party of Italian Communists||38,187||1.7|
|Italian Republican Party–The Liberals-Sgarbi||22,417||1.0|
Source: Ministry of the Interior