European Parliament election, 2009 (Lithuania)

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Lithuania European Parliament election, 2009
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12 seats to the European Parliament

The European Parliament election of 2009 in Lithuania was the election of the delegation from Lithuania to the European Parliament in 2009. It was a part of the wider 2009 European Parliament election. The Homeland Union (European Peoples Party) doubled their representation from 2 to 4, whilst Labour shrank from 5 to 1.

Results[edit]

e • d Summary of the results of Lithuania's 7 June 2009 election to the European Parliament
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Party European party Main candidate Votes  % +/– Seats +/–
Homeland Union – Christian Democrats (TS–LKD) EPP Vytautas Landsbergis 147,756 26.16 4 2 Increase
Social Democratic Party of Lithuania (LSDP) PES Vilija Blinkevičiūtė 102,347 18.12 3 1 Increase
Order and Justice (TT) None Rolandas Paksas 67,237 11.90 2 1 Increase
Labour Party (DP) ELDR Viktor Uspaskich 48,368 8.56 1 4 Decrease
Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania (AWPL) AECR Valdemar Tomaševski 46,293 8.20 1 1 Increase
Liberal Movement (LS) Leonidas Donskis 40,502 7.17 1 1 Increase
Liberal and Centre Union (LiCS) ELDR Artūras Zuokas 19,105 3.38 0 2 Decrease
Centre Party (LCP) None Ona Juknevičienė 17,004 3.01 0 0 Steady
Christian Conservative Social Union (KKSS) Gediminas Vagnorius 16,108 2.85 0 0 Steady
Front Party (FRONTAS) None Algirdas Paleckis 13,341 2.36 0 0 Steady
Peasant Popular Union (VNDS) AEN Gintaras Didžiokas 10,285 1.82 0 1 Decrease
Civic Democratic Party (PDP) None Eugenijus Maldeikis 7,425 1.31 0 0 Steady
Samogitian Party (ZP) None Egidijus Skarbalius 6,961 1.23 0 0 Steady
National Resurrection Party (TPP) None Saulius Stoma 5,717 1.01 0 0 Steady
National Party Lithuanian Way 1,568 0.28 0 0 Steady
Valid votes 550.017 97.38
Blank and invalid votes 14.786 2.62
Totals 564.803 100.00 12 1 Decrease
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 2,692,397 20.98 27.40 Decrease
Source: Lithuanian Central Electoral Commission

15 political parties were competing in the elections, of which 6 won seats.[1] Lithuania has 12 seats in the European Parliament.

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