Massif-central–Centre (European Parliament constituency)

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Massif central–Centre
European Parliament constituency
Massif-central–Centre (European Parliament constituency) is located in European Parliament constituencies 2007
Massif-central–Centre (European Parliament constituency)
Location amongst the 2007 constituencies
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Shown within France
Created 2004
MEP(s) 6 (2004)
5 (2009)
Member State France
Source(s) [1][2][3]

In European elections, Massif central–Centre is a constituency of the European Parliament. It consists of the regions of Auvergne, Centre and Limousin.

Results

Brackets indicate the number of votes per seat won.

2009

For the 2009 election, five MEPs were elected from the constituency:1

European Election 2009: Massif-Central Centre
List Candidates Votes % ±%
UMP Jean-Pierre Audy
Sophie Briard-Auconie
Brice Hortefeux2
382,632
(127,544)
28.51
PS Henri Weber 238,806 17.79
Europe Écologie Jean-Paul Besset 182,311 13.58
MoDem None 109,369 8.15
FG None 108,194 8.06
NPA None 73,162 5.45
FN None 68,665 5.12
Libertas None 65,718 4.90
Independent Ecological Alliance None 46,351 3.45
Parti de la France None 25,294 1.88
DLR None 19,231 1.43
LO None 18,841 1.40
Eŭropo Demokratio Esperanto None 2,633 0.20
Newropeans None 230 0.02
Union des gens None 229 0.02
Alliance Royale None 228 0.02
Communists None 185 0.01
Humanist Party None 97 0.01
Rassemblement pour l'initiative citoyenn None 49 0.00
Programme contre la précarité et le sexisme None 24 0.00
Turnout 1,422,747 42.57

2004

European Election 2004: Massif Central-Centre
List Candidates Votes % ±%
PS Catherine Guy-Quint
André Laignel
Bernadette Bourzai
440,249 (146,749.67) 31.23
UMP Brice Hortefeux
Marylène Descamps
287,085 (143,542.5) 20.36
UDF Janelly Fourtou 140,477 9.96
FN None 135,929 9.64
Movement for France None 93,301 6.62
The Greens None 88,457 6.27
PCF None 87,654 6.22
Far-left None 38,070 2.7
Hunting, Fishing, Nature, Traditions None 33,995 2.41
La France d'en bas None 25,965 1.84
Rassemblement des Contribuables Français None 15,000 1.06
Workers' Party None 12,809 0.91
National Republican Movement None 5,443 0.39
Vivre mieux avec l'Europe None 2,785 0.2
Eŭropo Demokratio Esperanto None 2,159 0.15
Alliance Royale None 284 0.02
Parti Fédéraliste None 102 0.01
Pôle des Libertés None 57 0.00
Turnout 1,409,821 45.38

Footnotes

  1. ^ "Circonscription Massif-Central Centre". Ministry of the Interior. 11 June 2009. Retrieved 3 July 2009. 
  2. ^ Elected, but resigned seat in order to continue his cabinet tenure. Replaced by the fourth candidate on the UMP list, Catherine Soullie.

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