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European Parliament election, 2014 (Romania)

Romanian European Parliament election, 2014

25 May 2014

All 32 seats of Romania in the European Parliament
  First party Second party Third party
Leader Corina Creţu Norica Nicolai Theodor Stolojan
Last election 11 5 10
Seats won 16 6 5
Seat change Increase 5 Increase 1 Decrease 5
Percentage 37.6% 15.0% 12.2%

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
Leader Mircea Diaconu Iuliu Winkler Cristian Preda
Party Independent UDMR PMP
Last election New 3 New party
Seats won 1 2 2
Seat change New Decrease 1 New party
Percentage 6.8% 6.3% 6.2%

The European Parliament election of 2014 was held in Romania on 25 May 2014.[1]

Candidates and elected MEPs

 Summary of the June 2014 European Parliament election results in Romania
Party No. of
Votes Elected Change
in seats
% of seats % of votes
National Party EU Party EP Group
Social Democratic Union
(Uniunea Social Democrată)
PES S&D 2,093,237 16 Increase 5 50% 37.60%
National Liberal Party
(Partidul Naţional Liberal)
ALDE ALDE Group 835,531 6 Increase 1 15.00%
Democratic Liberal Party[a]
(Partidul Democrat Liberal)
EPP EPP Group 680,853 5 Decrease 5 12.23%
Independent candidate: Mircea Diaconu TBD 379,582 1 Increase 1 6.81%
Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania
(Uniunea Democrată a Maghiarilor din România)
EPP EPP Group 350,689 2 Decrease 1 6.29%
People's Movement Party
(Partidul Mișcarea Populară)[b]
EPP Group 345,973 2 Increase 2 6.21%
People's Party – Dan Diaconescu
(Partidul Poporului – Dan Diaconescu)
No MEPs 204,310 3.67%
Greater Romania Party
(Partidul România Mare)
NI 150,484 Decrease 3 2.70%
Civic Force
(Forța Civică)
No MEPs 145,181 2.60%
Ecologist Party of Romania
(Partidul Ecologist Român)
No MEPs 64,232 1.15%
Total: 18,221,061 expected voters (turnout 5,911,794 - 32.44%) 32 100 % 100 %
Source: Summary of results


  1. ^ Elena Băsescu re-joined PD-L after the exit-poll results where published in 2009.
  2. ^ Defectors from Democratic Liberal Party.


  1. ^ EP seats after 2014 elections: "no member state loses more than one" plan

External links

  • (Romanian) Central Electoral Bureau
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