Greece (European Parliament constituency)


Greece (European Parliament constituency)

Infobox European Parliament constituency
name = Infobox Greece (European Parliament constituency)
title = Greece
locationmap2007=yes
lat=43.0
long=22.0
created = 1981
meps = 24 (2004)
sources = [http://www.europarl.europa.eu/election/newep/en/maps.htm] [http://www.europarl.europa.eu/elections2004/ep-election/sites/en/yourvoice/index.html] |
In European elections, Greece is a constituency of the European Parliament, currently represented by twenty-four MEPs. It covers the member state of Greece.

Current MEPs

"As of October 2007"

1981

The 1981 European election was a by-election held after Greece joined the European Communities in 1981. The rest of the EC had voted in 1979.

1984

The 1984 European election was the second European election and the first time Greece voted with the rest of the Community.

1989

The 1989 European election was the third election to the European Parliament and was held on June 15 for Greece.

1994

The 1994 European election was the fourth election to the European Parliament and was held on June 12 for Greece.

1999

The 1999 European election was the fifth election to the European Parliament and was held on June 13 for Greece.

2004

The 2004 European election was the sixth election to the European Parliament and was held on June 13 for Greece. The ruling New Democracy party made strong gains, while the opposition Panhellenic Socialist Movement made smaller gains, both at the expense of minor parties.

2009

The next election will be in 2009 and the number of seats will be reduced to 22.

References

External links

* [http://www.eurela.org European Election News by European Election Law Association (Eurela)]
* [http://www.europarl.europa.eu/members/public/geoSearch/search.do;jsessionid=A4D9A16A2C6906A9131769E03C71DB9E.node2?country=GR&language=EN List of MEPs] europarl.europa.eu
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20041020035043/http://ekloges.ypes.gr/en/ Greek election results] , via the Greek Ministry of Internal Affairs;


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